Web Scripting in Windows(.Net)

Web Scripting in Windows(.Net)

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HTML Web pages and Cascading Style Sheets are introduced. Then the Javascript scripting language allows programming within a Web page, such as validating data from an HTML Form. Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP) allows Client-Server Internet interaction, and Active Data Objects (ADO) let you use a database on the Web Server from the Local Site. You are updated to the Microsoft .NET environment with ASP.NET and ADO.NET. Java Server Pages (JSP) introduces non-Microsoft Web Client-Server software that is multiplatform (Windows and Linux). JSP is equivalent to ASP, allowing you Client-Server interaction, including working with Windows databases such as SQL Server and Access 2003. Extended Modeling Language (XML) are the most current, and standardized, way of passing database data over the internet between different databases (such as SQL Server to Oracle). Modern databases, such as Access 2003, store their data in XML. Even mainframe users like XML! The book uses short, meaningful examples, which the Readers can readily adapt to their own problems and run. This is an intermediate guide to working with web pages with a scripting language, not an encyclopedia!Questions. 6.6.1: ADO - With an Access database newYear with table Devry, this SQL statement selects only the records ... current record: (a) moveNext (b) movePrevious (c) moveFirst (d) moveLast (e) None of the other answers] 6.6.3: Given database ... 6.6.6: ASP.NET Recode the ASP labs to use WebForms with your choice of C# or VB.NET. With the Access database, utilize OLEDB instead of ODBC.


Title:Web Scripting in Windows(.Net)
Author: William R. Champion
Publisher:iUniverse - 2003-10
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