Intranet and Web Databases for Dummiesby Paul Litwin
Intranet is not simply the latest buzzword. In particular, an intranet database can connect the people in your organization to all the information they need in order to do their jobs effectively. Now, thanks to Intranet & Web Databases For Dummies, you'll understand all that's involved in setting up your own database for access by people within your organization or for access by anyone anywhere via the World Wide Web.
In Intranet & Web Databases For Dummies, programming wizard Paul Litwin introduces you to the concepts behind intranet and Web databases -- and then gets right into the nuts and bolts of setting up your own database. He shows you how to use powerful but easy-to-use software (such as Microsoft Access, SQL Server, Visual InterDev, Internet Information Server, the Internet Database Connector, and Active Server Pages) to make your internal and external Web pages useful and full of accurate, timely information.
Plus, on the bonus CD-ROM accompanying Intranet & Web Databases For Dummies, you get valuable software and other resources, including
- A complete, sample Access database referred to throughout the book
- A sample SQL Server database, so that you can begin to see what's possible with Standard Query Language and relational databases
- Sample IDC files for retrieving data from the sample Access and SQL databases
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