Firstly a quick note. The following code has been tested using Microsoft Access. I've not tried it with anything else, however, there is nothing fancy going on, so it should works just fine in the likes of SQLServer7 etc.
The Access database consists of 6 fields in one table (visitorFullname,comment,dateOfMessage,live,visitorEmail,homepageURL). It's very simple to set up, but hey, if you want it, there's a zip copy with just one entry in the download at the bottom of this page (guestbookmdb.zip)
The 'live' field (above) is the only addition to text we are accessing. I've used this in a small content managment application, which views all the entries in the guestbook and allows you to edit, delete or disable entries. There are no instructions here, but a copy of this application is available in the download for this tutorial (guestbookadmin.zip).
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