Summary of Contents
Introduction Chapter 1 - What is ASP? Chapter 2 - The Request Object Chapter 3 - The Response Object Chapter 4 - The Application and Session Objects Chapter 5 - The Server Object Chapter 6 - The Built-in Scripting Objects Chapter 7 - Using ASP Components Chapter 8 - Database Access with ADO Chapter 9 - Interfacing with other Applications Chapter 10 - What's New in ASP 3.0
Appendix A - The ASP Object Model Appendix B - Scripting Object Methods and Properties Appendix C - ASP Error Codes Appendix D - HTML 1.1 Error Codes Appendix E - HTTP Server Variables Appendix F - Server Components, Properties and Methods Appendix G - Useful Information Appendix H - Further Resources Appendix I - Support and Errata
L'auteur Alex Homer
Alex Homer is a director of Stonebroom, Ltd., a software-development, consulting, and training organization. He was formerly lead technical author and reviewer for Wrox Press, specializing in Microsoft Web and database technologies.
L'auteur David Sussman
David Sussman gained experience in BASIC, Pascal, COBOL and OCCAM, before joining a UNIX system house where he stayed for 4 years, becoming the chief UNIX/C guru. For the last 3 years he has been working for a Microsoft Solution Provider, specializing in Access, VB and SQL Server, as well as playing extensively with every Beta product that comes his way.
Dave Sussman speaks frequently at Microsoft development conferences and has been writing about ASP since its earliest releases.
Caractéristiques techniques du livre "ASP 2.0 Programmers Reference"
|Auteur(s)||Alex Homer, David Sussman|
|Nb. de pages||372|
|Format||22,9 x 15,2|
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