pls give me some advice
Active Server Pages can be used to put a database on the Web which any user
with a browser and an Internet connection could access from virtually anywhere.
If you want a database on the Web, typically what would happen is that a
database such as Access (basically just consisting of tables) would be put
on the Web.
be created acting sort of like the old "queries, forms, and reports" to access
the database - all hosted on a Web Server.
Active Server Pages are similar in many ways to regular HTML pages. But
they are "dynamic" Web pages because the user can read and/or write to information
in the database.
Not all Web hosts will handle Active Server Pages but many do.
J. Paul Schmidt, MBA
Databases on the Web
"jp" <email@example.com> wrote:
>pls give me some advice
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