AltME: Databases


what do you want exactly to be put into the database field?
when i write like this :print [<form><input type="submit" value=" submit !" />]
print [<TABLE  bgcolor="black" border="1">]
print {<tr bgcolor="white">
<td style="width:30px; height:30px;"><input name="oneone" type="text" size="1">}
insert db ["insert into data1(oneone) values(c)"]
results: copy db
print {</td>}
it saves c to database
but it will not save user input
yes, you have basically two options:
1) work with string - insert db {insert into data1 ....} - you simply construct the DB string directly
2) work with block - insert db ["initial string here, contatining values(?)" value] - which allows to work with rebol blocks and evaluate some things ...
so in your case it should be:
insert db ["insert into data1(oneone) values(?)" "c"]
or something like:
value: "c"
insert db ["insert into data1(oneone) values(c)" value]
but value should not be as constant ! when user put character it should save in values ,now plz tell me how should i write ? i should write like : value:"c"
ishould write like : value :<input ...> ?
@Peker : i am using option one ,but i does not save any value ...
you want to save value from the form into the db?
i  want to save value from the form into the database!
any solution?
I think, that your script is wrongly constructed! What you seem to do is to just print a form, which then gets delivered to user's browser screen. But at that time, there is no value yet. You should study, how to do CGI in REBOL. You need a separate html form, then you need to read CGI values and store them in a DB ...
plese study following link - on the right side, there is a link, of how to process forms using REBOL:
this is how you should do it -
but in those links ,i can not find database example! i read that link before ,i created html form and cgi as well, it is working properly ... the point is when user enter input and click submit it goes to cgi page. i need save that input in database ...plz guid me or show me one example how can i save value from the form into db?
please use:
values: decode-cgi read-cgi
then you will get block of values IIRC
then you pick a value and save it ...

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