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Converting a Javascript/SQL array for use in asp.net VB

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 12, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
Hi all:   Thank you all in advance for your patience with me on this one!  This will be my first attempt at understanding code-behind. I have a JavaScript banner marquee that I am currently using in an ASP classic site.  I feed the script with banner info from a SQL array and the script runs the banners in a loop.  I want to use this on my ASP.net site conversion (from ASP classic) but I don't even know how to begin.  I have read some books, did the tutorials, but I will still need some help getting off the ground on this. Here is the ASP code.  I don;t care about the tables, rows, etc as that will be converted to CSS.  I just really need to know how to handle the array to feed the script.  Also, I am working in VB.net. I did not include the actual Javasrcipt either...  <% Set RS = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") SQL = "SELECT xlaABMiBannersZones.bannerID, bannerfile, link FROM (xlaABMbanners INNER JOIN xlaABMiBannersZones ON xlaABMbanners.bannerid = xlaABMiBannersZones.bannerid) WHERE zoneid = '18' AND enddate >= GetDate()-1 ORDER BY enddate" set RS = conn.execute(SQL) Dim arrMini If RS.BOF AND RS.EOF Then RS.close set RS = nothing Else arrMini = RS.GetRows() End If RS.close set RS = nothing %> <div id="marqueecontainer" onmouseover="copyspeed=pausespe


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