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Developing Web Applications with Active Server Pages

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ISBN-10: 1576760618

ISBN-13: 9781576760611

Edition: 2002

Authors: Thom Luce

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Concise so it can be used with other WWW developer texts covering Java or JavaScript or HTML.nbsp;A single, evolving example application using ASP runs throughout the book. By the end of the book readers have developed at least one full working application.nbsp;This book was written at a basic level to appeal to beginners with web applications.
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Book details

List price: $35.40
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Longman, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/2/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 362
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

An Introduction to ASP and VBScript
Introduction A very brief history
How the Web works
A few problems with Web development
Getting around some of the problems
Scripting A brief introduction to IIS objects
VBScript Programs
Variables Declaring variables
Variable names
Assigning values to variables
Arithmetic operations
A very simple Active Server Pages example
Data sub-types and data conversion functions
Making decisions
The IF statement
Relational operators
Logical operators
Logical functions
A simple validation example If-elseif-end if
A more detailed example
A final word on variable names
One Last Sample Program
The Response Object and Lots More VBScript Query Strings
The QueryString Collection More on the Response Object
The Response buffer Manipulating the Response buffer
Response end Response redirection
An Example Error messages and debugging
VBScript Functions and Formats Int and Fix Round Abs and Sqr
FormatNumber, FormatCurrency, FormatPercent
Argument Format and Function Example
Loops For Loops
Nested For Loops
String Functions
Do While Loop
String Processing
Example Date and Time Functions
Developing an Application with Arrays and Sub-Procedures
Web Applications Multiple Pages A stateless environment
A Sample Visual Basic Application
Problems porting the application to the Web
A Web-based Login and User Data application - Version 1 Part 1 Login.asp Part2 Main.asp Part 3Update.asp
Arrays A Sample Application Using Arrays Sub-Programs
User defined sub-procedures A very simple sub-procedure
Another simple sub-procedure User defined functions
Two Dimensional Arrays A function using a two-dimensional array
A Web-based Login and User Data application, Version 2 Problems with Version 1
The new approach Two documents, multiple paths
The revised Login.asp combined with Main.asp
A sub-procedure to generate the login form Using the sub-procedure where needed Passing data to the revised Update.asp The Revised Update.asp
Cookies, Applications and Sessions Cookies
Setting Cookies
Using Cookies
A Web based Login and User Data applicationVersion 3 With Cookies Login3.asp Update3.asp
A final note on Cookies Applications and the Application Object
Definition of a Web Application Duration of a Web Application
The Application Object Global.asa Sessions and Session Objects Sessions
The Session Object Sessions and Global.asa Working with the Session Object
A Sample Application using the Application and Session Objects
The application's global.asp file Calculating and displaying the results
A Web based Login and User Data application - Version 4 with Session variables
The login Server-Side Includes The update
Database Access
Introduction Databasics ODBC ASP and Database Access
The Connection object
The RecordSet Object
A Guest Book Example Adovbs inc Opening a Recordset Database cursors Lock type
Adding a new record to a Recordset
Updating a Recordset
Closing the Recordset and Connection Reading the Guest Book
Opening a Recordset - no cursor or lock type specified Looping through a Recordset with a known number of columns Reading the Guest Book, Version 2 Some problems referencing record set data by name
Referencing record set data by number Determining the number of fields in a record set
Looping through a Recordset with a unknown number of columns
Controlling data in a record set Dynamically creating an HTML SELECT list
The For Each loop Selecting fields to include in the record set
The Recordset Source property Filtering a record set Creating the sort criteria Setting the Recordset's sort property Opening the selected, sorted and filtered record set
More Database Relationships between objects and tables
One to One
One to Many
Many to Many
Implementing Relationships
Implementing a One to One relationship
Implementing a One to Many relationship
Implementing Many-to-Many relationships
Relational Integrity
Accessing Data from Related Tables
Using a Predefined Query
Using Data from one Table to find Data in Another Table
Two tables
Three tables
SQL join More about the SQL SELECT statement
Column Selection SQL functions (min, max, etc.)
Ordering Filtering (Where Clause)
Joins Error Trapping Transaction Processing
A Web based Login and User Data Application - Version 5
Using Database Login5.asp Returning User
New User Update5.asp Exercises
Appendix AReserved Words