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Active Server Pages 3.0 from Scratch by Nicholas Chase

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Summary

In this chapter, I covered

  • Creating a Data Source Name (DSN) using the Control Panels to allow ASP to connect to a database.

  • Connecting to the database using the ADODB.Connection object.

  • Using SQL insert statements to add data to a database table.

  • Using HTML forms to get information from the user and tables to lay out the information on the page.

  • Data modeling—creating tables.

In the next chapter, you will look at customizing your site using cookies. We'll also be selecting information from the database and introducing RecordSets.

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