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Introduction To Active Server Pages+     
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This manuscript is an abridged version of a chapter from the Wrox Press book Introduction To Active Server Pages+. Chapter 1 of Introduction To Active Server Pages + covers the evolution of ASP and the next generation web services framework. The Chapter also looks at how ASP+ is different from ASP and how to get started with ASP+....

A Fast-Track Guide to ASP.NET     
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A Sample Chapter from Professional ASP.NET. Microsoft's .NET technology has attracted a great deal of press since Beta 1 was first released to the world. Since then, mailing lists, newsgroups, and web sites have sprung up containing a mixture of code samples, applications, and articles of various forms. Even if you're not a programmer using existing ASP technology, it's a good bet that you've at least heard of .NET, even if you aren't quite sure what it involves. After all, there's so much .....

Attributes and Reflection     
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Sample Chapter 18 from Programming C#, 2nd Edition
Throughout this book, I have emphasized that a .NET application contains code, data, and metadata. Metadata is information about the data--that is, information about the types, code, assembly, and so forth--stored along with your program. This chapter explores how some of that metadata is created and used....

A Preview of Active Server Pages+     
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A sample chapter from the Wrox book, 'A preview of Active Server Pages+'...

Professional JSP     
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Sample chapter from the book ''Professional ASP'' by Wrox Press. Professional JS covers a wide variety of areas including design and architecture, JSPs and their relation to J2EE (Servlets, EJBs, JDBC etc) as well as extensive coverage of the tag extension mechanism that allows you to customize the tags you use in your pages to the data you're presenting....

Interview with Robin Dewson, Author of Beginning SQL Server 2000 Programming     
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In this exclusive interview, Robin shares some of his knowledge and experience on how to get the best performance from SQL Server....

Getting Started With ASP.NET     
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A Sample Chapter from "Beginning ASP.NET using VB.NET". ASP.NET is the latest incarnation of Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP) - a powerful server-based technology, designed to create dynamic and interactive HTML pages for your Web site, or corporate intranet. ASP.NET also constitutes a core element in Microsoft's .NET vision, providing web-based access to an immensely powerful new development environment, .NET; in this respect alone, it's a great leap ahead of all previous versions of.....

HOW TO: Wait for a Shelled Application to Finish Using C# (Q305369)     
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This article demonstrates how to use the .NET Framework Process class to start another application from your code and have the code wait for the other application to close before it continues....

Properties, Arrays, and Indexers     
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Sample chapter7 from Inside C#. This chapter will break the pattern of presenting one major feature of the language per chapter. In this chapter, you’ll learn about properties, arrays, and indexers because these language features share a common bond. They enable you, the C# class developer, to extend the basic class/field/method structure of a class to expose a more intuitive and natural interface to your class’s members....

Normalization Techniques     
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Sample chapter 6 from "Professional SQL Server 2000 Database Design"...

Introduction to SQL     
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Sample chapter 1 from "Beginning SQL Programming"....

Creating the Sample Database     
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Sample chapter 5 from Beginning SQL Server 2000 Programming. If you are new to SQL Server 2000 programming, you might want to check out this sample chapter....

Using Microsoft Data Transformation Services (DTS)     
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Sample Chapter 8 from "Data Mining with Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000 Technical Reference".
Unlike other programming environments, DTS is strictly batch-oriented. This means that it will run steps in a sequential order without waiting for user input or any other user "events." It’s expected to provide an easy way to define those steps and establish the flow of execution to allow you to go from beginning to end in a perfectly predictable manner (barring errors and other exceptions)....

Properties, Arrays, and Indexers     
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A Sample Chapter from Inside C#.
It’s always a good goal to design classes that not only hide the implementation of the class’s methods, but that also disallow any direct member access to the class’s fields. By providing accessor methods whose job it is to retrieve and set the values of these fields, you can be assured that a field is treated correctly—that is, according to the rules of your specific problem domain—and that any additional processing that’s needed is performed....

Retrieving XML Data Using Transact-SQL     
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A Sample chapter from "Programming Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000 with XML".
To help you retrieve XML data from the database, SQL Server 2000 provides an extension to the Transact-SQL SELECT statement in the form of the FOR XML keywords. By appending FOR XML to a SELECT statement, you can indicate to the SQL Server query processor that you want the results to be returned as an XML stream instead of a rowset. In addition to including the FOR XML keywords, you must also specify a mode to indicate...

ASP.NET continued     
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A Sample chapter 3 from "Introducing Microsoft® .NET " Microsoft released a relatively simple Web run-time environment called Active Server Pages (ASP) as part Internet Information Server (IIS), itself part of the Windows NT 4 Option Pack in the fall of 1997. IIS served up web pages requested by the user. ASP allowed programmers to write program logic that dynamically constructs the pages that IIS supplied by mixing static HTML and scripting code, as shown in Figure 3-3. When a client requested ...

Chapter 6: Data Manipulation with ADO.NET     
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Sample Chapter 6 from ASP.NET: Tips, Tutorials & Code. In this chapter you will learn the following: How to open a database connection and perform common database operations such as inserting, updating, and deleting database records. How to use a DataReader to represent records retrieved from a database table. How to use parameters and execute stored procedures from an ASP.NET page. How to create a memory resident database using DataSets and DataTables....

Using XML Queries and Transformations     
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Sample Chapter 4 from the book "Using XML Queries and Transformations"....

XML Structures for Existing Databases     
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A Sample Chapter from Professional XML Databases. In this book, we look at how to integrate XML into your current relational data source strategies. With the increasing amount of data stored in relational databases, and the importance of XML as a format for marking up data - whether it be for storage, display, interchange, or processing.
In this chapter, we will examine some approaches for taking an existing relational database and moving it to XML....

A sample chapter from Professional C#     
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Chapter 21, Graphics with GDI+ will explain how to use GDI+ to create a customised user interface. It shows how to create items within the area of the screen covered by your application, and how to use your code to control them. The book as a whole will equip you to program in C#, while at the same time providing the necessary background in how the .NET architecture works....



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