Re: Active Server Pages?

Subject: Re: Active Server Pages?
From: Faun deHenry <faun -at- SANCITY -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 20 Apr 1998 14:11:40 -0700


Take a look at "Professional Active Server Pages" by Alex Homer, et al.,
Wrox Press Ltd. (ISBN 1-861000-72-3).

The foundation of ASP is Microsoft's Internet Information Server (IIS)
software. If your friend is using NT4 Server, then Active Server Pages
are available to him (or her).

Feel free to send me e-mail offline if you want more information (sites
with ASP info, other books, etc.).

Faun deHenry

San City Productions, Inc.

Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose. (Alphonse Karr)

Sabahat Ashraf wrote:
> I got this from a friend in the UAE. Being a content kinda guy myself, I would
> appreciate it if anyone could help us out here.
> Thanks.
> Sabahat.
> Do you have any definitive document on how to implement Active Server Pages on
> a web site?
> I have made an intranet in Honeywell Sharjah which serving the purpose of
> centralised documentation. However, I want to link this to a stock & inventory
> database. I went into CGI & Perl scripts but it seemed like a hassle to me
> because I could not get a step by step instruction on how to implement this.
> Any ideas?
> Regards
> Khalid
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