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FINDING ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Normally, I don't point to outside sources for information on a subject in this book because I try to cover everything myself (of course), but because Data Access Pages span so many environments and applications (such as Office, an intranet, the Internet, VBScript, and FrontPage), it's hard to cover all of them satisfactorily. Knowing this, for this first edition of the feature, I will point to other resources that cover DAPs in the various areas. At this point, they all happen to be from Microsoft.

Although DAPs are a very new technology, Microsoft has taken great pains to come up some documentation for using them. These take the form of sample applications and white papers.

At the time of this writing, white papers ...

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