You can download the completed project here:http://wikisend.com/download/448684/MonkeyBar.zip
As you requested, it is an ASP.NET web site that displays the content of the access database.
There are two pages. The first page displays the content of the members page, the second page displays the content of the users page.
I had to make some modifications to your database in order to make this work, as your database file had issues. The database file is found in the project inside of the monkey folder.
Now, getting this to run if you wish to view it is not necessarily a simple process. It really depends on what version of windows you have.
So, I will assume that you have "Microsoft Visual Studio Express 2012 for Web" installed.
Unzip the file I sent you and then place it in your projects directory would should be found in you documents folder under Documents/Visual Studio 2012/Projects
Then, in Visual Studio, select "Open Project" from the menu.
Now, open up the monkeybar folder and find MonkeyBar.sln -- Select and open this file.
This will open the entire project in Visual Studio
To run, you of course, select the play button in the top ribbon. At this point you may or may not get errors due to having the correct OLEDB registered on your computer. There are some issues that seem to occur when you are running 64bit windows. If you run into this issue, know that I did also. If you do run into this issue, you are going to need to install a couple engines on your computer.
Here are the install files:http://wikisend.com/download/105290/engines.zip
You will close visual studio, and then install the one that ends in _x64. Then install the other one.
Then reopen Visual Studio. You should now be able to expand the App_Data directory in the project and double click on the database name without any errors coming up. You will see that you are able to view a list of the tables and the columns within the tables.
Now you will be able to "Play" the site. You have to do it this way because ASP and the other server-side codes involved require an IIS sever that is set up to run this stuff. When you run the site through Visual Studio for Web, it uses a small IIS server set up especially for this purpose so that you can view and test your site.
Let me know if you have any questions. I'm here to help.
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