Now that you’ve seen how to display, edit, and delete data, it’s time to learn how to insert new rows in the database using the is able to display data in a few different modes.

First of all, it can display an existing row in read-only mode.

In Chapter 15 you create a third theme specifically for the folder.

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In this and later chapters you see how to modify the data-bound controls to include validation functionality.

When you dropped the is considered a very good practice.

All you need to do is drag and drop a few controls, set a few properties, and you’re done.

Obviously, these code-free pages have limitations that make them less useful in more advanced scenarios.

The You didn’t manually write any code to interact with the database in this exercise, but you got a lot of functionality simply by dragging and dropping a database table.

To see how it works, take a look at the source that VS generated.

I have a form that allows anonymous users to submit parking requests.

I have an approval workflow set up but it won't start because anonymous users don't have permission to do so.

If you're already in Visual Studio, you can follow Ybbest's suggestion and run the code with Elevated Privileges. It can then be terminated and run by an authenticated user.