BUILDING MICROSOFT SQL SERVER WEB BK&CD

BUILDING MICROSOFT SQL SERVER WEB BK&CD

7976C-9 * Step-by-step coverage of integrating Web sites and SQL Server databases * Covers every data access option: ODBC, remote data objects, Active Server Pages, and more * Using SQL Server 7 as a commerce server: techniques and solutions * Detailed coverage of enhancing Web database security * Using Visual InterDev, VBScript, and ActiveX controls * Managing your database-enabled site The complete, step-by-step guide to integrating your Web site and Microsoft SQL Server 7 database! Building Microsoft(R) SQL Server(tm) 7 Web Sites is the first start-to-finish guide to database-enabling your Web site with Microsoft SQL Server 7. Using detailed examples built to solve real-world business problems, database expert Jeffry Byrne covers every key Microsoft technology for Web/database integration, showing exactly when to use each option - and how to avoid the pitfalls. Start with an overview of SQL Server 7, NT Server 4, Internet Information Server, FrontPage 98, VB6, and other key elements of a Microsoft Web/database solution. Next, walk through setting up NT's Web services; creating a database for your Web application; and choosing the right data access solution - ODBC, remote data objects and/or Active Server Pages. Discover how to protect your site using both NT 4.0 Server and SQL Server security features. Build Web queries via ActiveX controls and VBScript; learn how to use SQL as a commerce server; get results with Visual InterDev; and manage your site for maximum effectiveness. Complete, practical, and business-focused, Building Microsoft(R) SQL Server(tm) 7 Web Sites is all you need to database-enable your site - fast! CD-ROM Included The accompanying CD-ROM includes sample Web application with sample code, plus free and trial version of Microsoft's database server SQL Server 7.0 and an interactive training course from CBT Systems, the world's #1 developer of IT self-paced training.
Editora: PRENTICE HALL
ISBN: 0130797634
ISBN13: 9780130797636
Edição: 1988
Número de Páginas: 458
Acabamento: PAPERBACK
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