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SQL Server 2000 Web Application Developer's Guide (Database Professional's Library)by Craig Utley
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The ultimate toolkit for Web and e-commerce developers
Build, deploy, and manage large-scale, integrated, Web-based solutions with SQL Server 2000. This unique volume explains how to create Active Server Pages, access databases using ADO, and use Visual InterDev tools to build data-driven pages without programming. You'll also learn to develop N-Tier applications with ASPs and COM components and increase the scalability and speed of your applications with COM+ Component Services. Finally, SQL Server 2000 Web Application Developer's Guide covers encryption and application security. Maximize the Web functionality of SQL Server 2000 with this powerful resource.
This is designed to be a "toolkit" for developers building SQL server applications for the Web. The book covers the basics of the "Microsoft" Web application environment and explores how ADO interacts with SQL servers to build Web pages.
The ultimate beginning-to-end guide for SQL developers building Web-enabled database applications. Contains data tools to help make building Web applications easier for developers. Includes coverage of security issues and building N-tier Web solutions, an important topic in web development today.
Table of Contents
Part I: Web Application Developments with Active Server Pages.
Chapter 1: Building Web Applications with Microsoft Technology.
Chapter 2: Your First Active Server Page.
Chapter 3: Working with the Active Server Pages Objects.
Chapter 4: Introduction to ADO.
Chapter 5: The ADO Objects.
Chapter 6: ADO MD.
Chapter 7: English Query.
Chapter 8: Advanced Data Access.
Part III: Microsoft Data Access Tools and Client-Side Access.
Chapter 9: Visual InterDev Data Tools.
Chapter 10: Programming the VI Design-Time Controls.
Chapter 11: Client-Side Database Access.
Part IV: Building N-Tier Web Applications.
Chapter 12: Building N-Tier Applications with ASP and COM Components.
Chapter 13: MTS/COM+ Integration.
Chapter 14: Security.
Part V: Appendices:
A: ASP Object Model.
B: ADO Object Model.
C: ADOX Object Model.
D: ADOMD Object Manual.
E: HTML Introduction.
F: VBScript Introduction.
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