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Hi
In my webpage I would like to have a guest sign-in HTML form. This form would have a txtbox, txtarea, submit button. How and where can the info entered by the user stored?
Thankyou
Deepika
 
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Information enterd by guest can be sored either in a file or in database..for file..you have to use file-handling features of Scripting languages and for database you have to use database connectivity features of scripting languages..
i consider database is better option
 
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That sounds like a good application for JSP.
 
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