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Why Use ASP and ADO to Put Your Database on the Web?

  • John Kauffman
  • Kevin Spencer
  • Thearon Willis

Abstract

In your experience of programming Active Server Pages, you’ve probably created a variety of pages. Some of the tasks these pages can perform might include counting the number of visitors that use your site, checking to see if the user has visited your site before and customizing the information on the page accordingly. You may have taken user particulars in forms and passed this data from page to page. However, without belittling your achievements thus far, have you actually provided any “real” content? By real content, I mean the sales report that’s several inches thick and changes on a day to day basis and lies festering on your desk; or at home the analysis of your baseball team’s latest dismal run with statistics to back it up!

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Cold Fusion Common Gateway Interface Yacht Club Connection Object Active Server Pages 
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© John Kauffman, with Kevin Spencer, and Thearon Willis 1999

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  • John Kauffman
  • Kevin Spencer
  • Thearon Willis

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