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Web Application Development Using Visual Interdev


Description: 

This five-day, instructor-led course teaches site developers who perform architectural planning, technology selection, or Web site programming tasks how to create enterprise-level Web sites that use Component Object Model (COM) components on both the client and the server. Upons course completion the student will be able to perform the following tasks:

  • Plan a Web site that uses a service-based application model.
  • Use Microsoft Visual InterDev to build and manage Web sites.
  • Use objects that the Document Object Model exposes, handle errors, and debug scripts and scriptlets.
  • Use Active Server Pages (ASP) in Web applications, and use server-side script that manipulates objects on a Web server.
  • Display data from a database in an ASP page.
  • Create Web pages that retrieve and update information in a database by using Microsoft ActiveX® Data Objects and Remote Data Service.
  • Use Microsoft Visual Basic® 6 to build COM components that contain business rules, and call these COM components from a Web page.
  • Manage transactions and resources for server-based COM components by using Microsoft COM+ Services.
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    Prerequisite: 
  • Compose a new Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) document with an HTML authoring tool such as Microsoft FrontPage®.
  • State differences between two-tier and three-tier client/server architecture models.
  • Use a database development tool to discriminate between recordsets and tables.
  • Use a database development tool to execute queries and call stored procedures.
  • Use a database development tool to write a simple Structured Query Language (SQL) query by using SELECT and WHERE clauses.
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    Duration: 
    5 Days  
         
         

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