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.