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Macromedia Studio 8: Training from the Source by Shaowen Bardzell, Jeffrey Bardzell

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Chapter 16. Flash, ColdFusion, and the Database

In this lesson, you’ll complete the Dante quiz project. From the title of this lesson you might think that this is the hardest lesson in the book; in fact, the hard part is already behind you. In this lesson, you’ll connect all the pieces—Flash, the HTML pages, and the database—and do little else. Working with ColdFusion is like hooking up a VCR to your cable and your TV: the complicated parts are in the TV and VCR, but all you need to worry about is connecting a few wires from one component to the other.

You’ll save two pieces of data in Macromedia Flash—the username and score variables—into a database. You’ll then send this data to ColdFusion, and then ColdFusion will insert it into a database. ...

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