SQL Server 2008 & ASP.NET - Building a Content Management System

How to build a Content Management System with an SQL Server database and ASP.NET web forms application. This is from the very first version of Ousia.

Context

Welcome to the article for the creating of a CMS. This article require at least some basic knowledge of SQL and HTML, and a copy of SQL Server and Visual Studio 2008 installed.
Your site has got to the stage where you want to start adding content dynamically, there are plenty of options out there, both free and paid for (List on Wikipedia), but what about taking out the middle man and building your own?
Let's get straight into the coding, first step is to add the built in ASP user store, if you have never done this then read this article Introduction to Membership.
The second step to take will be adding our SQL tables and stored procedures to the database. The DocumentID field is set to a Primary Key for better performance. If you are an SQL Novice then please research the following ideas;
  • Primary Keys
  • Foreign Keys
  • SQL Data Types

SQL - Create Tables

--Create Tables
CREATE TABLE DocumentMenu(
DocumentMenuID int IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL CONSTRAINT PK_DocumentMenuID PRIMARY KEY,
DocumentMenuName nvarchar(100) NULL,
DocumentMenuMulti bit NULL
)
INSERT INTO DocumentMenu(DocumentMenuName,DocumentMenuMulti) SELECT 'Home',0
INSERT INTO DocumentMenu(DocumentMenuName,DocumentMenuMulti) SELECT 'About',0
INSERT INTO DocumentMenu(DocumentMenuName,DocumentMenuMulti) SELECT 'SQL',0
INSERT INTO DocumentMenu(DocumentMenuName,DocumentMenuMulti) SELECT 'NET',0
GO
CREATE TABLE Document(
DocumentID int IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL CONSTRAINT PK_DocumentID PRIMARY KEY,
DocumentMenuLinkID int NULL CONSTRAINT FK_DocumentMenuLinkID FOREIGN KEY REFERENCES DocumentMenu(DocumentMenuID),
DocumentName varchar(100) NULL,
DocumentHeader varchar(100) NULL,
DocumentText varchar(max) NULL,
DocumentLastUpdated datetime NULL,
DocumentKeyWords varchar(250) NULL,
DocumentDescription varchar(250) NULL,
DocumentSubjects varchar(250) NULL
)
GO
INSERT INTO Document(DocumentMenuLinkID,DocumentName) SELECT 1,'Home'
INSERT INTO Document(DocumentMenuLinkID,DocumentName) SELECT 2,'About'
GO
--Update Documents
CREATE PROC UpdDocument(@DocumentID INT,@DocumentMenuLinkID INT,@DocumentName VARCHAR(100),@DocumentHeader VARCHAR(100),@DocumentText VARCHAR(MAX),@DocumentKeyWords VARCHAR(250),@DocumentDescription VARCHAR(250))
AS BEGIN
IF @DocumentID = 0 BEGIN
PRINT 'Insert'
INSERT INTO Document(DocumentMenuLinkID,DocumentName,DocumentHeader,DocumentText,DocumentLastUpdated,DocumentKeyWords,DocumentDescription)
SELECT @DocumentMenuLinkID,@DocumentName,@DocumentHeader,@DocumentText,GETDATE(),@DocumentKeyWords,@DocumentDescription
SELECT SCOPE_IDENTITY()
RETURN
END
IF @DocumentID <>0 BEGIN
PRINT 'Update'
UPDATE Document SET
DocumentMenuLinkID=@DocumentMenuLinkID,DocumentName=@DocumentName,DocumentHeader=@DocumentHeader,DocumentText=@DocumentText,
DocumentLastUpdated=GETDATE(),DocumentKeyWords=@DocumentKeyWords,DocumentDescription=@DocumentDescription
WHERE DocumentID=@DocumentID
END
END
GO
--Get Documents
CREATE PROC GetDocuments(@SubjString NVARCHAR(100)) AS BEGIN
DECLARE @DocumentMenuLinkID INT=(SELECT TOP 1 DocumentMenuID FROM DocumentMenu WHERE DocumentMenuName LIKE @SubjString)
SELECT 'Article: ' + DocumentName DocumentName,
REPLACE('Blog/'+DocumentSubjects+'/'+CAST(DocumentID AS VARCHAR(10)),' ','')+'/'+REPLACE(DocumentHeader,' ',' ') URL,
'Description: ' + DocumentDescription DocumentDescription,
'Keywords: ' + DocumentKeyWords DocumentKeyWords,
CONVERT(VARCHAR(10),DocumentLastUpdated,103) DocumentLastUpdated
FROM Document
INNER JOIN DocumentMenu ON DocumentMenuID=DocumentMenuLinkID
WHERE DocumentMenuLinkID=@DocumentMenuLinkID
ORDER BY DocumentLastUpdated DESC
END
GO
--Get Document
CREATE PROC GetDocument(@DocumentID INT) AS BEGIN
SELECT TOP 1 Document.*,DocumentMenuMulti
FROM Document
INNER JOIN DocumentMenu ON DocumentMenuID=DocumentMenuLinkID
WHERE DocumentID=@DocumentID
END
GO
That's it for the SQL code, the next stage is setting up a web pages to handle displaying our document, a list of documents to edit and an edit document page.

Application Set Up

Open up either a new project or the one you are to add this to. We need to add Global.asax (Global Application Class) to this project, add route handling to it and register the routes to the table. The following application has the following pages accessible to all;
  • Home page
  • About Page
  • Login Page (Covered in separate article)
  • Blog Directory (All Documents)
  • Blog Sub Directory (SQL, .NET for instance)
  • Blog Articles

Web Routing Config

<connectionStrings>
  <add name="MySqlConnection"connectionString="Data Source={servername};Initial Catalog={databasename};Integrated Security=True"providerName="System.Data.SqlClient" />
<connectionStrings>
<system.web>
  <httpsRuntime requestValidationMode="2.0"/>
<system.web>
<system.webServer>
  <modules runAllManagedModulesForAllRequests="True"/>
<system.webServer>


You will also need to import System.Web.Routing.
I have commented each line to show you what each is doing. we also need to create an SQL connection in our web config file. I am using TinyMCE, a Java Script editor further on, so we also need to change the Request Validation Mode and the page routing requires the modules updated.

VB

Sub Application_Start(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) 'This code you only need to update
  'Fires when the application is started
  RegisterRoutes(RouteTable.Routes)
End Sub
Sub RegisterRoutes(ByVal routes As RouteCollection) 'This code you will need to add
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "Home/", "~/Home.aspx", False, New RouteValueDictionary(New With {.ArticleID = "1"})) 'Manual Route ID 1 is home page
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "About/", "~/About.aspx", False, New RouteValueDictionary(New With {.ArticleID = "2"})) 'Manual Route
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "Blog/{ArticleSection}/{ArticleID}/{*pathInfo}", "~/ContentPage.aspx") 'Article route to ignore anything further than the Article ID
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "Blog/{ArticleSection}/{ArticleID}/", "~/ContentPage.aspx") 'Article route using the Article ID
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "Blog/{ArticleSection}/", "~/ContentSubj.aspx") 'Article route using the Section ID
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "Blog/{*pathInfo}", "~/ContentSubj.aspx") 'Route to take us into the index
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "DocumentManager/{DID}/", "~/ManageDocument.aspx") 'Route to take us to edit document
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "DocumentManager/", "~/ManageDocuments.aspx") 'Route to take us to the list of documents
End Sub

C#

public void Application_Start(object sender, EventArgs e) //This code you only need to update
{
  //Fires when the application is started
  RegisterRoutes(RouteTable.Routes);
}
public void RegisterRoutes(RouteCollection routes) //This code you will need to add
{
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "Home/", "~/Home.aspx", false, new RouteValueDictionary(new { ArticleID = "1" }));
  //Manual Route ID 1 is home page
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "About/", "~/About.aspx", false, new RouteValueDictionary(new { ArticleID = "2" }));
  //Manual Route
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "Blog/{ArticleSection}/{ArticleID}/{*pathInfo}", "~/ContentPage.aspx");
  //Article route to ignore anything further than the Article ID
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "Blog/{ArticleSection}/{ArticleID}/", "~/ContentPage.aspx");
  //Article route using the Article ID
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "Blog/{ArticleSection}/", "~/ContentSubj.aspx");
  //Article route using the Section ID
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "Blog/{*pathInfo}", "~/ContentSubj.aspx");
  //Route to take us into the index
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "DocumentManager/{DID}/", "~/ManageDocument.aspx");
  //Route to take us to edit document
  routes.MapPageRoute("", "DocumentManager/", "~/ManageDocuments.aspx");
  //Route to take us to the list of documents
}

Manage Document Library

Here we will have a list of all documents, and links to view or edit them... For this add a new web form called ManageDocuments.aspx

HTML

<div>

<asp:GridView ID="MyDocs" runat="server" AutoGenerateColumns="False" Width="100%" BorderStyle="None" GridLines="None">

    <Columns>

        <asp:HyperLinkField DataNavigateUrlFields="EditURL"DataTextField="DocName"

            HeaderText="EditDocument" />

        <asp:BoundField DataField="DocumentHeader"HeaderText="DocumentHeader" />

    </Columns>

</asp:GridView>

</div>

<div>

<a href="DocumentManager/0/">Add New</a>

</div>

VB

Dim con As New SqlConnection(ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings("MySqlConnection").ConnectionString)
Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As ObjectByVal e As System.EventArgsHandles Me.PreRender
  If User.IsInRole("SiteAdmin"Then
  'If Not IsPostBack Then
  Dim com As New SqlCommand("SELECT 'DocumentManager/'+CAST(DocumentID AS VARCHAR(10)) EditURL,DocumentName DocName,DocumentHeader,REPLACE('Blog/'+DocumentSubjects+'/'+CAST(DocumentID AS VARCHAR(10)),' ','')+'/'+DocumentName PreviewURL FROM Document", con)
  con.Open()
  Dim dr = com.ExecuteReader
  MyDocs.DataSource = dr
  MyDocs.DataBind()
  con.Close()
  'End If
  End If
End
 Sub

C#

SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection(ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings("MySqlConnection").ConnectionString);
protected void Page_Load(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
{
  if (User.IsInRole("SiteAdmin"))
  {
  //If Not IsPostBack Then
  SqlCommand com = new SqlCommand("SELECT 'DocumentManager/'+CAST(DocumentID AS VARCHAR(10)) EditURL,DocumentName DocName,DocumentHeader,REPLACE('Blog/'+DocumentSubjects+'/'+CAST(DocumentID AS VARCHAR(10)),' ','')+'/'+DocumentName PreviewURL FROM Document", con);
  con.Open();
   dynamic dr = com.ExecuteReader;
  MyDocs.DataSource = dr;
  MyDocs.DataBind();
  con.Close();
  //wwwd If
  }
}

Edit Documents

In here I have used Tiny MCE text editor (shameless plug link). I have found this works really well with what I wanted to achive, however there a few more steps involved for using it...
Start by adding a new web form called ManageDocument.aspx. You may need to add the script manager manually.

HTML

<asp:UpdatePanel ID="UpdatePanel4" runat="server" UpdateMode="Conditional">

<ContentTemplate>

<div style="text-align: center;">

<div>Menu</div>

<div>

    <asp:DropDownList ID="PageMenu"runat="server">

    </asp:DropDownList>

    </div>

<div>Page Name</div>

<div><asp:TextBox ID="PageName" runat="server" Width="400px"></asp:TextBox></div>

<div>Header</div>

<div><asp:TextBox ID="HeaderText" runat="server" Width="99%"></asp:TextBox></div>

<div>Content</div>

<div><textarea name="content" cols="1" rows="45" style="width: 100%; margin: 0 0 0 0;" id="ContentText" runat="server"></textarea></div>

<div>Key Words</div>

<div><asp:TextBox ID="KeyWords" runat="server" Width="99%"></asp:TextBox></div>

<div>Description</div>

<div><asp:TextBox ID="Description" runat="server" Width="99%"></asp:TextBox></div>

<div><asp:Button ID="AddUpdate" runat="server" Text="Button"/></div>

</div>

</ContentTemplate>

    <triggers>

        <asp:PostBackTrigger ControlID="AddUpdate"/>

    </triggers>

</asp:UpdatePanel>

JavaScript

<script type="text/javascript" src="/tiny_mce/tiny_mce_src.js">
</script>
<script type="text/javascript">
  tinyMCE.init({
  mode: "textareas",
  theme: "advanced",
  plugins: "emotions,spellchecker,advhr,insertdatetime,preview",
  theme_advanced_buttons1: "newdocument,|,bold,italic,underline,|,justifyleft,justifycenter,justifyright,fontselect,fontsizeselect,formatselect",
  theme_advanced_buttons2: "cut,copy,paste,|,bullist,numlist,|,outdent,indent,|,undo,redo,|,link,unlink,image,|,code,preview,|,forecolor,backcolor",
  theme_advanced_buttons3: "insertdate,inserttime,|,spellchecker,advhr,,removeformat,|,sub,sup,|,charmap,emotions",
  theme_advanced_toolbar_location: "top",
  theme_advanced_toolbar_align: "left",
  theme_advanced_statusbar_location: "bottom",
  width: '100%'
  });
  function UpdateTextArea() {
  tinyMCE.triggerSave(false, true);
  }
</script>

VB

Imports System.Data.SqlClient 
'Above your class
Dim con As New SqlConnection(ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings("MySqlConnection").ConnectionString)
  Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As ObjectByVal e As System.EventArgsHandles Me.PreRender
  If User.IsInRole("SiteAdmin"Then
  If Not IsPostBack Then
  If Not IsNothing(Page.RouteData.Values("DID")) Then
  AddUpdate.Attributes.Add("onclick""UpdateTextArea()")
  Dim docID As String = Page.RouteData.Values("DID").ToString
  If docID = 0 Then
  AddUpdate.Text = "Add Document"
  Else
  AddUpdate.Text = "Update Document"
  End If
  Dim com As New SqlCommand("SELECT * FROM DocumentMenu WHERE (CASE WHEN " & docID & "=0 THEN 1 ELSE DocumentMenuMulti END)=DocumentMenuMulti; " & _
  "EXEC GetDocumentByID " & docID & "", con)
  con.Open()
  Dim da = New SqlDataAdapter(com)
  Dim ds As New DataSet
  da.Fill(ds)
  'Menu
  PageMenu.DataTextField = "DocumentMenuName"
   PageMenu.DataValueField = "DocumentMenuID"
  PageMenu.DataSource = ds.Tables(0)
  PageMenu.DataBind()
  'Data
  Dim dr = ds.Tables(1).CreateDataReader
   While dr.Read()
  PageMenu.SelectedValue = dr.Item(1).ToString
  PageName.Text = dr.Item(2).ToString
  HeaderText.Text = dr.Item(3).ToString
  ContentText.InnerHtml = httpsUtility.HtmlDecode(dr.Item(4).ToString)
  KeyWords.Text = dr.Item(6).ToString
  Description.Text = dr.Item(7).ToString
  PageMenu.Enabled = CBool(dr.Item(9).ToString)
   End While
  con.Close()
  Else
  Response.Redirect("/DocumentManager")
  End If
  Else
  End If
  Else
  Response.Redirect("/Login")
  End If
  End Sub
  Private Sub AddUpdate_Click() Handles AddUpdate.Click
  If Not IsNothing(Page.RouteData.Values("DID")) Then
  Dim docID As String = Page.RouteData.Values("DID").ToString
  Dim DocumentMenuLinkID As Integer = PageMenu.SelectedValue
  Dim DocumentName As String = Replace(PageName.Text, "'""''")
  Dim DocumentHeader As String = Replace(HeaderText.Text, "'""''")
  Dim DocumentText As String = Replace(ContentText.InnerHtml, "'""''")
  Dim DocumentKeyWords As String = Replace(KeyWords.Text, "'""''")
  Dim DocumentDescription As String = Replace(Description.Text, "'""''")
  Dim com As New SqlCommand("EXEC UpdDocument " & docID & ",'" & DocumentMenuLinkID & "','" & DocumentName & "','" & DocumentHeader & "',N'" & DocumentText & "','" & DocumentKeyWords & "','" & DocumentDescription & "'", con)
  con.Open()
  Dim a As String = com.ExecuteScalar
  con.Close()
  If docID = 0 Then
  Response.Redirect("~/DocumentManager/" + a)
  End If
  End If
  End Sub

C#

using System.Data.Sql;//Above your class

SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection(ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings("MySqlConnection").ConnectionString);
protected void Page_Load(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
{
  if (User.IsInRole("SiteAdmin"))
  {
  if (!IsPostBack)
  {
  if ((Page.RouteData.Values("DID") != null))
  {
   AddUpdate.Attributes.Add("onclick", "UpdateTextArea()");
  string docID = Page.RouteData.Values("DID").ToString;
  if (docID == 0)
  {
  AddUpdate.Text = "Add Document";
  }
  else
  {
  AddUpdate.Text = "Update Document";
  }
  SqlCommand com = new SqlCommand("SELECT * FROM DocumentMenu WHERE (CASE WHEN " + docID + "=0 THEN 1 ELSE DocumentMenuMulti END)=DocumentMenuMulti; " + "EXEC GetDocumentByID " + docID + "", con);
  con.Open();
  dynamic da = new SqlDataAdapter(com);
  DataSet ds = new DataSet();
  da.Fill(ds);
  //Menu
  PageMenu.DataTextField = "DocumentMenuName";
  PageMenu.DataValueField = "DocumentMenuID";
  PageMenu.DataSource = ds.Tables(0);
  PageMenu.DataBind();
  //Data
  dynamic dr = ds.Tables(1).CreateDataReader;
  while (dr.Read())
  {
  PageMenu.SelectedValue = dr.Item(1).ToString;
  PageName.Text = dr.Item(2).ToString;
   HeaderText.Text = dr.Item(3).ToString;
  ContentText.InnerHtml = httpsUtility.HtmlDecode(dr.Item(4).ToString);
  KeyWords.Text = dr.Item(6).ToString;
  Description.Text = dr.Item(7).ToString;
   PageMenu.Enabled = Convert.ToBoolean(dr.Item(9).ToString);
  }
  con.Close();
  }
  else
  {
  Response.Redirect("/DocumentManager");
  }
  }
  else
  {
  }
  }
  else
  {
  Response.Redirect("/Login");
  }
}
private void AddUpdate_Click()
{
  if ((Page.RouteData.Values("DID") != null))
  {
  string docID = Page.RouteData.Values("DID").ToString;
  int DocumentMenuLinkID = PageMenu.SelectedValue;
  string DocumentName = Strings.Replace(PageName.Text, "'", "''");
  string DocumentHeader = Strings.Replace(HeaderText.Text, "'", "''");
  string DocumentText = Strings.Replace(ContentText.InnerHtml, "'", "''");
  string DocumentKeyWords = Strings.Replace(KeyWords.Text, "'", "''");
  string DocumentDescription = Strings.Replace(Description.Text, "'", "''");
  SqlCommand com = new SqlCommand("EXEC UpdDocument " + docID + ",'" + DocumentMenuLinkID + "','" + DocumentName + "','" + DocumentHeader + "','" + DocumentText + "','" + DocumentKeyWords + "','" + DocumentDescription + "'", con);
  con.Open();
  string a = com.ExecuteScalar;
  con.Close();
  if (docID == 0)
  {
  Response.Redirect("~/DocumentManager/" + a);
  }
  }
}
 

Directory Page

This page will display all of your articles using the content subject we have routed in. The way it has been designed we can use the same page for two sections, effectively only supplying a filter where needed...
Add a new web form ContentSubj.aspx

HTML

<div><h1><asp:Label id="HeaderLabel" runat="server" Text="PageTitle"></asp:Label></h1></div>

<div id="ContentText" runat="server"></div>

<div>

<asp:GridView id="ContentSub" runat="server" AutoGenerateColumns="False"

        GridLines="None"ShowHeader="False"Width="100%">

    <Columns>

        <asp:TemplateField>

            <ItemTemplate>

               <div style="width: 80%; float: left;">

                   <asp:HyperLink ID="HyperLink1"runat="server"NavigateUrl='<%# Eval("HyperLink") %>' Text='<%# Eval("DocumentName") %>'></asp:HyperLink>

               </div>

               <div style="width: 19%; float: left;">

                   <asp:Label ID="Label2" runat="server"text='<%# Eval("DocumentLastUpdated") %>'></asp:Label>

               </div>

               <div style="width: 100%; float: left; clear: both;">

                   <asp:Label ID="Label1" runat="server"text='<%# Eval("DocumentDescription") %>'></asp:Label>

               </div>

            </ItemTemplate>

        </asp:TemplateField>

    </Columns>

</asp:GridView>

</div>

VB

Dim con As New SqlConnection(ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings("MySqlConnection").ConnectionString)
Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load
  Try
  Page.Title = "gsclayton.net Technical Articles"
  Page.MetaKeywords = "gsclayton.net, Databases, Web Design, SQL, HTML, .NET, ASP, CSS, Technical Articles"
  Page.MetaDescription = "gsclayton.net Databases and Web Design, SQL, HTML, .NET, ASP, CSS, Technical Articles"
  Dim Str As String = Replace(Page.RouteData.Values("Subj").ToString, "'", "''")
  Subject.Text = "La " + Str + " Articles"
  Dim com As New SqlCommand("EXEC GetDocuments '%" & Str & "%'", con)
  con.Open()
  Dim dr = com.ExecuteReader
  MyDocs.DataSource = dr
  MyDocs.DataBind()
  dr.Close()
  con.Close()
  Catch ex As Exception
  Response.Redirect("/Blog")
  End Try
End Sub

C#

SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection(ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings("MySqlConnection").ConnectionString);
protected void Page_Load(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
{
  try
  {
  Page.Title = "gsclayton.net Technical Articles";
  Page.MetaKeywords = "gsclayton.net, Databases, Web Design, SQL, HTML, .NET, ASP, CSS, Technical Articles";
  Page.MetaDescription = "gsclayton.net Databases and Web Design, SQL, HTML, .NET, ASP, CSS, Technical Articles";
  string Str = Strings.Replace(Page.RouteData.Values("Subj").ToString, "'""''");
  Subject.Text = "La " + Str + " Articles";
  SqlCommand com = new SqlCommand("EXEC GetDocuments '%" + Str + "%'", con);
  con.Open();
  dynamic dr = com.ExecuteReader;
  MyDocs.DataSource = dr;
  MyDocs.DataBind();
  dr.Close();
  con.Close();
  }
  catch (Exception ex)
  {
  Response.Redirect("/Blog");
  }
}

Content Pages

Next add the following webforms to your application, ContentPage.aspx, Home.aspx and About.aspx.
If you don't require custom content in your home and about pages then just add the Content Page and edit the page routing...
In these pages you can add and style however you like, however as long as you have the following code it will work.

HTML

<h1><asp:Label ID="Subject" runat="server" Text="My QMS System"></asp:Label></h1>

<div id="MyContent" runat="server"></div>

<div id="LastUpd" runat="server" style="clear: both;"></div>

VB

Dim con As New SqlConnection(ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings("MySqlConnection").ConnectionString)
Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As ObjectByVal e As System.EventArgsHandles Me.PreRender
  'If Not IsPostBack Then
If Not IsNothing(Page.RouteData.Values("ArticleID")) Then
  Dim LastUpdated As Label = Master.FindControl("LastUpdatedLabel"'Control on my Master Page, this can be added to your page insteadv as a labeldocID
  Dim did As String = Page.RouteData.Values("ArticleID").ToString
  Dim com As New SqlCommand("EXEC GetDocument '" & Replace(did, "'""''") & "'", con)
  con.Open()
  Dim dr = com.ExecuteReader
  While dr.Read()
  HeaderLabel.Text = dr.Item(3).ToString
  ContentText.InnerHtml = httpsUtility.HtmlDecode(dr.Item(4).ToString)
  LastUpdated.Text = Format(CDate(dr.Item(5).ToString), "dd/MM/yyyy")
  Page.Header.Title = dr.Item(3).ToString
  MetaKeywords = dr.Item(6).ToString
  MetaDescription = dr.Item(7).ToString
  End While
  dr.Close()
  con.Close()
  'End If
End If
End Sub

C#

SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection(ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings("MySqlConnection").ConnectionString);
protected void Page_Load(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
{
 //If Not IsPostBack Then
 if ((Page.RouteData.Values("ArticleID") != null)) {
  Label LastUpdated = Master.FindControl("LastUpdatedLabel");
 //Control on my Master Page, this can be added to your page insteadv as a labeldocID
 string did = Page.RouteData.Values("ArticleID").ToString;
  SqlCommand com = new SqlCommand("EXEC GetDocument '" + Strings.Replace(did, "'""''") + "'", con);
  con.Open();
  dynamic dr = com.ExecuteReader;
 while (dr.Read()) {
  HeaderLabel.Text = dr.Item(3).ToString;
  ContentText.InnerHtml = httpsUtility.HtmlDecode(dr.Item(4).ToString);
  LastUpdated.Text = Strings.Format(Convert.ToDateTime(dr.Item(5).ToString), "dd/MM/yyyy");
  Page.Header.Title = dr.Item(3).ToString;
  MetaKeywords = dr.Item(6).ToString;
  MetaDescription = dr.Item(7).ToString;
  }
  dr.Close();
  con.Close();
  }
}


Now you can try this out and add your documents as you see fit, this has been used as of a few websites now, so it should need little or no modification.
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