Active Server Pages Programming: A Concise Course

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Virtualbookworm Publishing, 2003 - Computers - 232 pages
The purpose of this book is to give the novice and the professional web designer a concise introduction to the features and use of ASP technology. The book does not assume that the reader has a programming background. The content, by design, emphasizes the "learning by doing" approach. The scripting languages that are used in the text include HTML, VBScript, Visual Basic and JScript. The text includes projects about database-driven websites, design of web forms, Ad Rotator implementations and the creation of COM components. The projects also include the use of application and session objects as well as cookies. You will study enough about ASP technology to understand what you are doing and will gain an understanding of ASP programming components by using them. After you complete the assignments in this book, you will be able to adapt many of them for your own website. The projects are designed to work with both Windows 98 and Windows 2000.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION TO ACTIVE SER VER PAGES ASP 2 INSTALLING A PERSONAL WEB SER VER FOR CREA TING ASP PA GES
13
CREA TING CLIENT AND SER VERSIDE SCRIPTS
25
CREA TING FORMS FOR COLLECTING DA TA_3 7
54
USING DA TA TYPES LOCAL AND GLOBAL VARIABLES IN VBSCRIPT
69
HOW ASP CONTROL STRUCTURES ARE USED IN PROGRAMMING
75
CREA TING A STOREFRONT WEB PA GE
88
CREA TING DA TABASEDRIVEN WEBSITES
98
CREA TING SITES THA T PERMIT DA TABASE SEARCHES 727
135
APPLICA TIONS SESSIONS AND COOKIES 767
185
USE OF VISUAL BASIC VBSCRIPT AND SQL COMMANDS_201
201
INDEX
225
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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Dr. A. Dedeke is an Assistant professor at Sawyer School of Management, Suffolk University, Boston, Massachusetts. He teaches and conducts scientific research in the areas of computer information systems, management information systems, operations management and process management issues. He is also active as a seminar leader for middle and top management.

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