For the first time, build a complete working application for the Web with server side scripting! Working with Active Server Pages is the authoritative guide to understanding, designing, and developing dynamic Web pages using your Windows NT 4.0 Server. Created with the developer in mind, this easy-to-use guide has been carefully crafted to introduce you to the power and flexibility of creating dynamic Web pages with your Windows NT 4 Server, Microsoft's IIS 3.0, and Active Server Pages. But that's not all this book covers! You'll quickly obtain comprehensive coverage of Microsoft's Active Server Pages environment, including design, development, and implementation of dynamic Web pages; extend ASP functionality by creating COM objects in Visual Basic; master the nuances of VBScript and scripting integration with Active Server Pages; manage states and events with ASP objects; build Web pages anyone can browse; discover the power of client and server load balancing and eliminate the need for powerful client software; incorporate your existing programs into your Web site; and acquire the tools from ASP to integrate your existing information systems into new Web-based applications.... have ODBC drivers that can be used, you may find connecting directly to your existing systems to be a viable and effective solution. ... You may need to host the Internet database at a remote location that cana#39;t connect directly to your accounting/tracking system. ... The Introduction Service keeps its off-line accounting/tracking system up-to-date with the Internet-based database through the manual use ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Working with Active Server Pages|
|Author||:||Michael Corning, Steve Elfanbaum, David Melnick|
|Publisher||:||Que Pub - 1997|