The first part of this Panel work like the Macromedia Standard Server Behavior Insert Record. I only modify the Field Type for use with Microsoft Access: I add the Null type for Text Field.
If checked I create a casual password.
This password can be inserted in the body of the mail. To insert the password in the body of the mail you must insert a special tag that my asp code replace before send the mail with the real mail.
This special tag is: #_Dwz_Password_#
In the body panel of the Advanced Mail extension you find a button that insert this special tag in the body text but only if you manually write the body of the mail. If you use a body mail from File or DataBase or Dynamic Page you must insert this special tag yourself in the page you use like body text.
The DataBase field where store the password
In the same record where will inserted all the others fields
The password characther's length (from 3 to 15)
The type of password created.
The choice is between: Letter and Number / Only Letter / Only Number.
In the CheckUsername Field pop-up menu, select the form text field your visitors use to enter a user name. This option work like the same standard option in Dreamweaver.
When the user clicks the Submit button on the registration page, the server behavior compares the user name entered by the user against the user names stored in a database table of registered users. If no matching user name is found in the database table, the server behavior carries out the insert record operation normally. If a matching user name is found, the server behavior cancels the insert record operation and opens a new page (usually a page alerting the user that the user name is already taken).
If already exists
In the If Already Exists, Go To text box, specify a page to open if a matching user name is found in the database table.
The opened page should alert the user that the user name is already taken and let the user try again (This option is not included in this extension).
The list of the File Field in Your form.
No Limit Number of Uploaded file!
Click on the file name to see/modify/insert the features applied to it.
Save File Name In
You can store the file names in your database!
This makes it easy to display them on your page, especially when using dynamic paths.
You can define the Saved File Name with 3 method:
- Site Path and Name (ex: "/MyFolder/MyFile.txt")
- Absolute Path and Name (ex: "d:\inetpub\wwwroot\MySite\MyFolder\MyFile.txt")
- Only the name (ex: "MyFile.txt")
Save Size In
It is now possible save the file's dimensions into your database for later use.
To use this PlugIn you need have Advanced Mail version 1.6.0 installed