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Microsoft has got a great focus: XMLHTT. With this great object you may access a remote web file from your server.
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Write and Read A Cookie
Write and Read A Cookie
Cookies enable you to write text directly to a users computer. This can be used to easily recognize if a user has been to your site before or used to prevent multiple entries in to forms. This example will take any input you type in and write it to a cookie. A hyperlink to the same page is created to demonstrate on subsequent visits (within 3 days) the user will see their input rather then the text input box.
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Presentation Of Hierarchical Data
Presentation Of Hierarchical Data
Multiple level select boxes tackled with hierarchical data! This sample illustrates the concept using a hierarchy consisting of geographical region, country, and state data. The code expects a system DSN by name "Hierarchy" and accesses the database using the user id "sa" with a blank password. The database is created in SQL Server 7.0.
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Grab A HTML Page
Grab A HTML Page
How to grab a file using ServerXMLHTTP class. Using this object you could access and download a remote file out side of your website.
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DSN-less MS Access connection
DSN-less MS Access connection
In order to connect to an Acees database with ASP through ODBC using a DSN file, you'll need to have full access to the server to create the DSN file, something that can be difficult if your site is hosted somewhere. This lesson will teach you an alternative connecton method, a DSN-less connection. As tests has shown, an DSN-less connection to Access gives you better performance. You can have up to 20-30 simultaneous users on the db without problems.
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Simple Table Display With Where Clause (Hard Coded)
Simple Table Display With Where Clause (Hard Coded)
Displaying specific subsets of data from a database is easy to accomplish in .asp. The following example utilizes an Access database of Mark "The Bird" Fidrych and displays all of his season statistics for 1976 contained in the database rather than displaying the entire db.
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