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Catalog Administration: Departments and Categories

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In the previous chapters, you worked with catalog information that already existed in the database. You have probably inserted some records yourself, or maybe you downloaded the department, category, and product information from this book’s accompanying source code. Obviously, both ways are unacceptable for a real web site, so you need to write some code to allow easy management of your data. That said, the final detail to take care of before launching a web site is to create its administrative interface. Although visitors will never see this part, it’s key to delivering a quality web site to your client.

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(2009). Catalog Administration: Departments and Categories. In: Beginning ASP.NET E-Commerce in C#. Apress. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4302-1073-3_11

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