SQL Server Meets the Web

Becoming a Spider
  • Susan Sales Harkins
  • Martin W. P. Reid


Well, we had to include a chapter on the Web. No self-respecting database book can omit one. In this chapter, we will be looking at how to provide access to your newly upsized data via the Internet. The first part of this chapter will look at using Access 2002, and the second will examine using the same technologies with SQL Server 2000. However, some general comments (HTML and XML) and syntax apply equally to both.


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© Susan Sales Harkins and Martin W.P. Reid 2002

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  • Susan Sales Harkins
  • Martin W. P. Reid

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