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<!-- | Title:     frmIncd.asp                                            | -->
<!-- | Author:    Scott Baker                                            | -->
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<!-- | Date:      1-May-00                                               | -->
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<HTML>
	<HEAD>
		<META NAME="GENERATOR" Content="Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0">
		<TITLE>Incident Activity Page</TITLE>
		<!-- #INCLUDE FILE="prIncd.inc" -->
	</HEAD>
	
	<BODY bgColor="lightgrey">
		<!-- The included file contains functions for use with this -->
		<!-- asp file.  These function are named so that the viewer -->
		<!-- can quickly grasp what its purpose is without  needing -->
		<!-- to see the underlying code.                            -->
		<%Load_Incidents%>
		
		<P align="center">
			<FONT size="5">
			<STRONG>Simians Inc., Online Managerial Solution</STRONG>
			</FONT>
		</P>

		<P align="center">
			<FONT size="2">
			<EM>Web Techniques: Developing Web Solutions with Applied 
			Software Design Techniques</EM>
			</FONT>
		</P>

		<P><hr></P>
		
		<TABLE bgColor="lightsteelblue" border="1" borderColor="steelblue" 
		cellPadding="4" cellSpacing="1" width="100%">  
			<TR>
				<TD Align="center" Width="10%">
					<FONT color="black"><STRONG>Incident ID</STRONG></FONT>
				</TD>

				<TD Align="center" Width="70%">
					<FONT color="black"><STRONG>Subject</STRONG></FONT>
				</TD>
    
				<TD Align="center" Width="10%">
					<FONT color="black"><STRONG>Status</STRONG></FONT>
				</TD>
    
				<TD Align="center" Width="10%">
					<FONT color="black"><STRONG>Assign ID</STRONG></FONT>
				</TD>
			</TR>
			<!-- The above HTML tags create the header for the table,   -->
			<!-- and the following function call is used to build the   -->
			<!-- rows that make up the table.  Again, notice that the   -->
			<!-- name of the function promotes a quick  understanding   -->
			<!-- of its purpose without seeing the internal code.       -->
			<%Build_IncidentRows%>
		</TABLE>
	</BODY>
</HTML>