<% '**************************************************************************************** '** Copyright Notice '** '** Web Wiz Guide - Web Wiz Journal '** '** Copyright 2001-2002 Bruce Corkhill All Rights Reserved. '** '** This program is free software; you can modify (at your own risk) any part of it '** under the terms of the License that accompanies this software and use it both '** privately and commercially. '** '** All copyright notices must remain in tacked in the scripts and the '** outputted HTML. '** '** You may use parts of this program in your own private work, but you may NOT '** redistribute, repackage, or sell the whole or any part of this program even '** if it is modified or reverse engineered in whole or in part without express '** permission from the author. '** '** You may not pass the whole or any part of this application off as your own work. '** '** All links to Web Wiz Guide and powered by logo's must remain unchanged and in place '** and must remain visible when the pages are viewed unless permission is first granted '** by the copyright holder. '** '** This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, '** but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of '** MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR ANY OTHER '** WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. '** '** You should have received a copy of the License along with this program; '** if not, write to:- Web Wiz Guide, PO Box 4982, Bournemouth, BH8 8XP, United Kingdom. '** '** '** No official support is available for this program but you may post support questions at: - '** http://www.webwizguide.info/forum '** '** Support questions are NOT answered by e-mail ever! '** '** For correspondence or non support questions contact: - '** info@webwizguide.com '** '** or at: - '** '** Web Wiz Guide, PO Box 4982, Bournemouth, BH8 8XP, United Kingdom '** '**************************************************************************************** Dim strMode 'Holds whether the page is to add a new item or amend a Journal item Dim lngJournalID 'Holds the ID number of the Journal Item Dim rsJournal 'Database recordset holding the Journal items Dim strAuthor 'Holds the username of the author Dim strAuthorEmail 'Holds the authors e-mail Dim strJournalTitle 'Holds the title of the Journal item Dim strJournalItem 'Holds the Journal item Dim blnComments 'set to true if the users can leave comments 'Initialise variables strMode = "edit" 'If the session variable is False or does not exsist then redirect the user to the unauthorised user page If Session("blnIsUserGood") = False or IsNull(Session("blnIsUserGood")) = True then 'Redirect to unathorised user page Response.Redirect"unauthorised_user_page.htm" End If 'Create recorset object Set rsJournal = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") 'Initalise the strSQL variable with an SQL statement to query the database strSQL = "SELECT tblJournal.* " strSQL = strSQL & "FROM tblJournal " strSQL = strSQL & "WHERE tblJournal.Journal_ID = " & CLng(Request.QueryString("JournalID")) & ";" 'Query the database rsJournal.Open strSQL, adoCon 'If there are records in the recordset then read them in If NOT rsJournal.EOF then 'Read in the values from the recordset strAuthor = rsJournal("Author") strAuthorEmail = rsJournal("Author_email") strJournalTitle = rsJournal("Journal_title") strJournalItem = rsJournal("Journal_item") lngJournalID = CLng(rsJournal("Journal_ID")) blnComments = CBool(rsJournal("Comments")) End If 'Replace HTML new lines with VB new lines in the Journal item strJournalItem = Replace(strJournalItem, "
", vbCrLf) 'Reset server objects rsJournal.Close Set rsJournal = Nothing Set strCon = Nothing Set adoCon = Nothing %> Segway Chat - Segway HT News and Discussion Forum
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Blogger's Edit/Delete Journal Item Screen
Edit or Delete Journal Item
Return to the Site Journal Administrator Menu
Select another Journal Item to Edit or Delete

To amend the Journal Item change the details in the form below, or if you wish to delete the Journal Item click on the button at the bottom of the page.

HTML can be added to the Journal Item for formatting etc.
If you are not familiar with HTML you can use the buttons to create the HTML for you that will format your Journal Item.

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