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Securing Classic ASP Database Interactions - ASP tutorial


Some quick and easy tips to make sure your Classic ASP scripts are as safe as can be when interacting with your MS SQL database
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How the Print this Page Script Works
How the Print this Page Script Works
This article discusses how the "Print this Page" option works. (The "Print this Page" option turns articles into a printer-friendly version, removing the menus, header graphics, and advertising.) If you are looking to add a printable version of your Web pages on your Web site, be sure to read this article.
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Controlling HTTP Response Header Lines
Controlling HTTP Response Header Lines
This tutorial helps you understand: HTTP Response Syntax; HTTP Response Header Lines;
Controlling Response Header Lines; Viewing Response Header Lines; Response Header Lines of Static Files; Setting Header Lines Directly in ASP Pages; Sending Binary Files to Browsers
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Installing Personal Web Server to run ASP
Installing Personal Web Server to run ASP
Before you can test Active Server Pages on your development PC, you need a web server. This article gives step-by-step instructions (literally) on how to install and configure Microsoft's Personal Web Server on Windows 98.
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Create an Employee Photo Directory with Excel and ASP
Create an Employee Photo Directory with Excel and ASP
This article shows how to use an Excel file as the database for an employee photo directory. As part of the Active Server Pages application it explains how to configure the spreadsheet for online use, create recordsets from the rows of data, and perform queries and navigate using a browser.
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ASP upload to database or file
ASP upload to database or file
To database or not to database? Test of consumed resources (processor, memory) and results with file upload to database or file system. Test of JetOLEB connection to MDB, test of MSSQL 2000 and AppendChunk method and UPDATE text SQL command.
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