*ASP Notes*

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  1. Basics
  2. Variables, Math
  3. Control Stuctures
  4. Built-in VB functions
  5. Objects
  6. The Response Object
  7. Forms
  8. Collecting Form Info
  9. The Request Object (& Cookies)

  10. The Session and Application Objects  (*QueryString Shortcut)
  11. Common ASP Components
  12. Reading and Writing Files on the Web Server (*Code Insertion)
  13. Debugging ASP Scripts and Handling Errors
  14. Using Databases
  15. Reading from a Database Using ASP
  16. Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Database Records (with the Recordset Object)
  17. The Recordset Object
  18. Using SQL Statements to Query Data
  19. Advanced Database Techniques
  20. External Notes
*These notes are based on information taken from random sources on the Internet, the author's personal knowledge, and SAMS Teach Yourself ASP 3.0 in 21 Days (good book).   - 4/12/2000

Day 2 - Basics

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Day 3 - Working with Variables, Math

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Day 4 - Control Stuctures

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Day 5 - Built-in VB functions

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Day 6 - Objects

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Day 7 - The Response Object

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Day 8 - Forms

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Day 9 - Collecting the Form Information

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Day 10 - The Request Object (& Cookies)

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Day 11 - The Session and Application Objects (+ QueryString shortcut)

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Day 12 - Working with Common ASP Components

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Day 13 - Reading and Writing Files on the Web Server (+ Code Insertion)

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Day 14 - Debugging ASP Scripts and Handling Errors

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Day 15 - Using Databases

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Day 16 - Reading from a Database Using ASP

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Day 17 - Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Database Records (with the Recordset object)

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Day 18 - Examining the Recordset Object

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Day 19 - Using SQL Statements to Query Data

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Day 20 - Advanced Database Techniques

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These notes were written by David J Edery
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