This article describes how you can secure ASP applications using simple, but quite effective authentication schemes. This article uses a very simple way to achieve this. Just follow the steps and you have a secure login system. The steps include: Create a table of users; Set the default authentication status; Create a login page; Create the system DSN for the database; Create an authentication page; Check the authentication status. The tutorial is targeted towards new users. The database and the code is kept simple so you can learn from it.
This article gives you an overview and introduction to Microsoft ASP (Active Server Pages). Broad topics it covers is an introduction to ASP, how files are interpreted with ASP, using scripts to extend ASP, Components and Objects, potential drawbacks with ASP, and sample code in ASP. This article also shows a table of ASP components and Objects which include: Request Object; Response Object, Server Object; Application Object; Session Object; Text Object; Error Object; Dictionary Object; File System Object; Content Linking; and Active Database.
An index of ASP frequently asked questions (FAQ). The ASP FAQs are broken down by category which include: Application Object; Arrays; ASP.NET; Cookies; Databases Errors; General Databases; Database Queries; Dates and Times; Email; FileSystemObject; Forms; Functions and Subroutines; Getting Started with ASP; Math Functions; Networking; Regular Expressions; Security; Session Object; The Nature of Things which deal with the fundamental nature of ASP and other FAQs that do not fit in any other category; Uploading; and XML. Includes 10 most FAQs.
This article provides an easy way to find information that pertains to ASP, including a short definition of what ASP is, how ASP works, and an alphabetical list of terms and tips that relate to ASP. In the A-to-Z list, you will see a brief description as well as pertinent links to more detailed information (when that information is available). Topics include: Applications; Bottlenecks; Browser Connection; Buffering; C++; Caching; Client-Side Scripts; COM Object Debugging; Components; Connections; Cookie Munger; CPU; and Data Access Components.
The aim in this article is to give the basic and necessary knowledge on ASP script customization and basics on databases even for a non-programmer. In the following chapters they will guide you through step by step procedures, so that you can expertise yourself on the following topics: Know thy basics; Environment; Databases; Downloading and unzipping; Preparing the Web server; FTP how to; Setting up the database; DSN and DSN less connections; Setting up scripts and customizing; Using templates; COM and dll registeration; ASP for non-Windows.
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