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Courses - Active Server Pages 303
Description: Advanced ASP 303
Running Time: 80 minutes
Pre-Requisites: ASP 302
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We use Standard ASP on a Windows Server. We also use Microsoft FrontPage 2003 for our Web editor. You can use any server or Web editor compatible with ASP.
 

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Major topics covered in this class:

  • User Logon
  • Securing Your Site
  • Create a Search Form
  • Dropdown Boxes
  • Menubar & Header for Your Site

We will begin this class by discussing web site security. What do you need to do on your ASP pages to prevent authorized use? We will add a User table to our database, and set up user accounts.

You will learn how to set up each sensitive page (such as a page on which data can be altered) so that someone needs to be logged in to access it. We'll track that information in Session variables.

Next, we will create a search form, so that your users can query your database. They will be able to search by First Name, Last Name, Customer Since, etc. You will learn how to perform a Wildcard search using SQL statements.

Your search results will be displayed in a table similar to our customer list, showing all of the returned records:

You will next learn how ASP handles dropdown boxes with static options. We'll pick a state from a list of states and you'll see how to store that information in the table. We'll learn the difference between the stored value and the displayed value - so that we can store "PA" but show "Pennsylvania" in the box, for example.

Finally, we'll create a proper site header for our web, complete with navigation hyperlinks and user logon information.

I'll also show you how to display "one-time" system messages to your users when specific events happen.

We're getting closer to being able to design a full web site with ASP. Now we know how to secure our pages, create a search form, a navigation bar, and handle dropdown boxes.

 
 


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