Previewing and reviewing the database-generated page
After you have built a database-generated web page, you can preview and review it to ensure that it is working as expected. Here are some steps you can take to preview and review the page:
Run the web application: Start the web application in Visual Studio or deploy it to a web server. Make sure that the database connection is working correctly and that the web application can access the data.
Navigate to the page: Use a browser to navigate to the web page that displays the data. You can use the address bar in the browser to enter the URL of the page, or you can click a link or a button on another page that takes you to the data page.
Verify the data: Check that the data is displayed correctly on the page. Look for any formatting issues, missing data, or incorrect data. If the data is not displayed correctly, check your database query and your data-binding code to ensure that they are working correctly.
Test any interactive features: If the page has any interactive features, such as sorting, filtering, or paging, test them to ensure that they are working correctly. Try different options and combinations of options to verify that the page responds correctly to user input.
Review the code: Review the code that generates the page to ensure that it is efficient, secure, and follows best practices. Look for any potential security vulnerabilities, performance issues, or coding errors that could affect the page’s functionality or usability. By previewing and reviewing your database-generated web page, you can ensure that it is functioning correctly and meets your requirements for data display and interactivity. You can also use feedback from users and stakeholders to further refine the page and improve its functionality and usability.