Creating the Database
The first step is to create the database. For this example, I am going to use a Microsoft Access database (see Figure 2). The reason is that Access is easy to use and most designers and developers have access to it. For more robust websites that receive a lot of traffic, you may want to think about using Oracle, SQL Server, or MySQL.
Figure 2 Microsoft Access is used to build the database.
The database has one table called RandomRec with two fields: ID and Statement. That's it. Later, when you are more comfortable working with Flash, you can experiment with more complex databases.