Sams teach yourself Active Server Pages in 24 hours

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Sams, Jun 24, 1999 - Computers - 477 pages
Sams Teach Yourself Active Server Pages in 24 Hours is a step-by-step tutorial that teaches you how to create dynamic, fully functioning Web applications using Active Server Pages. Detailed coverage is provided for both Microsoft Personal Web Server and Microsoft Internet Information Server. Shows how to make sure your Web server is up and running correctly as well as how to build basic ASP applications. In addition to coverage of the basics of data access, you'll learn to send data, retrieve information, manage user sessions, use components, and work with files. Advanced topics include debugging ASP applications, building components, designing effective sites, adding security, and tuning ASP applications.

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This is one of those books that if you need it, you really, really need it and while the initial 24 hour lessons are useful, it retains its usefulness long after as a dip-in book enabling you to put together a solution with a minimum of fuss. Read full review


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Christoph Wille is a partner in SoftWing Software. He has developed a number of Web sites with advanced features such as ASP and integrated e-commerce. Christoph has also worked as a consultant connecting private networks to the Internet and creating Internet presence for a number of companies. As an MCSE and an MCSD, he has an extensive background working with OLE, MFC, Microsoft SQL Server, the Microsoft operating systems, and other technologies which can be integrated with ASP.

Koller is a partner with Softwing Software