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Old 01-04-2001, 09:12 AM   #1
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Hello there, I am a little knew to flash, but after hours and hours I get along with it.
I have a question about forms in Flash 5, I understand I need a server side script to mail the inputted values to my client Email adress. I made a tutorial in actionscripts.org, but this is in PHP and I discovered my server doesn't accept PHP. Now I want to make it in CGI or ASP, my questions: does somebody has a clear tutorial for me, do I have to have a special program for those scripts. Can I use already made scripts?... HOw Do I Do....
Hope somebody can help me out. ASP OR CGI, what is the easiest to start with
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Old 01-04-2001, 10:53 PM   #2
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If your server supports ASP and nont PHP then it's wierd. ASP requires NT Hosting. Is that waht you have?
My short experience with ASP was OK. It' not that hard but not nearly as nice as PHP.
Checkout these open source which deal with ASP and Flash forms:



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