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© 1999

Beginning ASP Databases

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages N2-xx
  2. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 1-8
  3. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 11-33
  4. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 35-79
  5. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 81-106
  6. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 109-156
  7. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 159-185
  8. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 187-220
  9. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 223-252
  10. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 255-290
  11. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 293-338
  12. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 341-401
  13. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 403-433
  14. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 435-482
  15. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 485-538
  16. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 541-595
  17. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 597-622
  18. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 625-648
  19. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 651-678
  20. John Kauffman, Kevin Spencer, Thearon Willis
    Pages 681-739

About this book

Introduction

This book explains, demonstrates, and applies techniques that intersect with two great tools of the information age. The first tool, the database, is relatively old. On the other hand, the second tool, the Internet, is still quite young. And when you pair these tools—voilà! You can create powerful web pages.

With the help of Beginning ASP Databases, you will learn to incorporate databases into your ASP applications using ADO (which provides a set of objects that you can connect to, read from, and write to). You'll gain comfort installing necessary software handling stored procedures. And this book will answer many real-world questions, complete with code for you to copy and paste.

Keywords

Internet SQL database databases development performance software testing

About the authors

Kevin Spencer started programming in C in the early 1990s and wrote a number of shareware programs for DOS, most of which were door programs for BBSs. In the process, he learned to construct relational databases in C, and later worked with Microsoft Visual FoxPro and Access. As Internet database connectivity technologies began to emerge from Microsoft, he learned them as well. He then started his own business, Site Design by TAKempis, which specializes in Internet database application programming with ASP/ADO. Microsoft awarded him with the "Most Valuable Professional" award in 1997. He has written articles about Microsoft FrontPage and ASP/ADO for several online magazines, including ASP Today.

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