In this chapter
In the first seven chapters, we built—from scratch—a fully functional, dynamic, database-driven Web site using Active Server Pages. However, we haven't even considered how we're going to maintain the underlying database.
Sure, we could just have our administrator enter the information directly into the database. Access isn't too tough to use, after all. But you'll rarely be running a really major site using Access. In most cases, you'll be dealing with a much more powerful database ...