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ASP.NET is a web programming platform developed by Microsoft. It is the successor to Active Server Pages.

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  1. Introduction of ASP.NET
    ASP.NET is a web programming platform developed by Microsoft. It is the successor to Active Server Pages. The term "classic ASP" is often used to distinguish previous versions of Active Server Pages with the .NET versions. This wikibook is an introduction to ASP.NET. It assumes no prior experience with web programming or with any particular web programming language or platform (including classic ASP), though we will often compare ways of doing things in ASP.NET with ways of doing them in other languages, especially PHP. We believe the differences between classic ASP and ASP.NET are substantial enough to merit separate treatment.
  2. Introduction of ASP.NET database
    The Microsoft. NET framework comes with several namespaces to manage data in databases. .NET also comes with SQL Server and Oracle native providers. A native provider will only work with one database product, and uses the native database more efficiently. There are several generic database classes, however if you are using a database that has a native provider, use it. A database is essentially a place to store data. However the key to understanding the term "database" is that a database is an electronic warehouse for storing data.
  3. The Application: Microsoft.NET and J2EE
    This book gives you the best information available about how to ensure that enterprise applications based on J2EE work in harmony with components based on Microsoft .NET and vice versa. If you are developer with responsibility for implementing interoperability between these two platforms in an enterprise environment, then this book is for you. The information in this book is both practical and prescriptive. Rather than discuss every possible interoperability technique in detail, it focuses on the three most likely scenarios and shows how to solve those specific challenges.


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Posted on: February 14, 2008

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