Building Microsoft SQL Server 7 Web Sites
This book is designed to teach administrators how to create a website that incorporates Microsoft's SQL Server database system. It also covers how to incorporate the database system into existing websites. The emphasis is on how to use SQL Server as an effective "backend" to the website. It will explore options that are available to those who wish to merge a database with their website.
- Mixed media product | 458 pages
- 178.3 x 234.2 x 31.2mm | 975.38g
- 09 Jun 1999
- Pearson Education (US)
- Addison-Wesley Educational Publishers Inc
- New Jersey, United States
- w. figs.
Table of contents
The Internet and you; intro to Microsoft NT 4 Server environment; an overview of MS SQL server; Internet tools; connections; setting up NT's web services; creating a database; connections to your database; security; using queries on the Web; commerce on the Internet; advanced web pages; information and your web site.
About Jeffrey Byrne
Jeffry L. Byrne is a database developer living in Portland, OR. His nine software books include Understanding Microsoft SQL Server (Prentice Hall PTR).