Welcome to Creating Database Web Applications using web technologies
The most popular Web sites are data-driven.
E-commerce, membership sites, and corporate intranets all depend on databases.
This course introduces you to database functionality for your Web pages.
You will learn how to integrate databases into your sites using
design-time controls, and
server-side data access objects.
This is the third course in the five-part series on Visual InterDev.
You can use Visual InterDev to create Web pages that search a database and display the results.
You can create pages that allow you to manipulate a database by inserting, modifying, and deleting data.
You can use design time controls created specifically for adding database access to Web pages as well as VBScript and ActiveX Data Objects.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
Utilize relational databases in Web pages
Prepare SQL statements to query, update, and insert data via the Web
Use design-time controls to display database information
Use recordsets to manipulate data
Take advantage of advanced query features including outer joins, computed columns, and stored procedures
Use indices to improve database performance
In the next lesson, the prerequisites for this course will be discussed.