Building Web Database Applications with Visual Studio 6

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Osborne/McGraw-Hill, 2000 - Computers - 660 pages
With the release of Visual Studio 6.0 Enterprise Edition, Microsoft has introduced the ultimate Web development system. Since the program contains no written documentation, developers can refer to this book for solutions and suggestions on how to make the most of its robust features. Ready-to-use applications are available on the companion Website for downloading, saving developers hundreds of hours programming from scratch.

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Contents

Web Database Design Issues
Overview of VBScript 61
ActiveX Data Objects 77
Copyright

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-->Dan Rahmel--> is a Windows programmer with more than 14 years of experience designing and implementing information systems and deploying mid-sized client/server solutions using Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, Microsoft Access, and Visual FoxPro. He has written over a dozen books, including Nuts-and-Bolts Filmmaking, Visual Basic Programmer's Reference (first, second, and third editions), Building Web Database Applications with Visual Studio, Teach Yourself Database Programming in 24 Hours, Developing Client-Server Applications with Visual Basic, and many more. His books have been translated into various languages including Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, French, and Portuguese. He is a contributor to DBMS, Internet Advisor, and American Programmer magazines.

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