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Active Server Pages is Microsoft's technology for delivering dynamic, interactive Web applications. Mastering Active Server Pages gives comprehensive coverage of the latest version for Visual Basic, VBScript, and Visual InterDev programmers. The book also covers the newest Linux/Unix version of ASP (ChiliASP) and discusses both VBScript and JavaScript implementations. Author Russell Jones is a well-known Web development expert and contributes frequently to Visual Basic Programmer's Journal. He is also the author ...
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Overview

Active Server Pages is Microsoft's technology for delivering dynamic, interactive Web applications. Mastering Active Server Pages gives comprehensive coverage of the latest version for Visual Basic, VBScript, and Visual InterDev programmers. The book also covers the newest Linux/Unix version of ASP (ChiliASP) and discusses both VBScript and JavaScript implementations. Author Russell Jones is a well-known Web development expert and contributes frequently to Visual Basic Programmer's Journal. He is also the author of Sybex's Visual Basic Developer's Guide to ASP and IIS.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782126198
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/1/2000
  • Series: Mastering Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 832
  • Product dimensions: 7.51 (w) x 9.01 (h) x 2.31 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction

Part I Basic Active Server Pages
Chapter 1 Behind the Scenes-How Active Server Pages Work
Chapter 2 Introduction to IIS
Chapter 3 ASP Requirements
Chapter 4 HTML Basics
Part II Intrinsic ASP Objects
Chapter 5 The Response Object
Chapter 6 The Request Object
Chapter 7 The Application and Server Objects
Chapter 8 The Session Object
Part III Writing Server-Side Code
Chapter 9 Introduction to VBScript
Chapter 10 Introduction to JScript
Chapter 11 The Scripting Dictionary Object
Chapter 12 File Access with ASP
Chapter 13 Debugging ASP and Error-Handling
Part IV Using Components
Chapter 14 The Browser Capabilities Component
Chapter 15 Other ASP Components
Chapter 16 Sending and Receiving Email with ASP
Part V Accessing Databases with ASP and ADO
Chapter 17 Introduction to Relational Databases and SQL
Chapter 18 Introduction to ADO
Chapter 19 Accessing Data with ADO
Chapter 20 Controlling Transactions in ASP
Part VI ASP Applications
Chapter 21 Introduction to ASP Applications
Chapter 22 State Maintenance in ASP Applications
Chapter 23 Controlling Access and Monitoring
Chapter 24 Planning Applications
Part VII Advanced ASP
Chapter 25 Client-Side Scripting
Chapter 26 Build Your Own Components
Chapter 27 Automating Active Server Pages
Chapter 28 Efficiency and Scalability
Part VIII Beyond ASP
Chapter 29 Other Operating Systems
Chapter 30 Using XML/XSL with ASP
Appendices
Appendix A ASP Intrinsic Objects' Methods, Properties, Collections, and Events
Appendix B ASP Components' Methods and Properties
Appendix C Quick HTML Reference
Appendix D VBScript Reference
Appendix E JScript Reference
Appendix F DOM Reference
Index
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