Suppose you have a shopping cart with several categories of products, and your ASP pages use SQL statements that access database queries for the different categories. Instead of creating an ASP page for each category (for example, shirts.asp, caps.asp, and so on), you can have one page (products.asp
SQL Server is the preferred database of many Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Business Intelligence (BI), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and other line-of-business application vendors and customers due to SQL Server scalability on symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) hardware and low database
This article discusses WebDAV, which has become an important communication protocol for the Web as an extension to HTTP 1.1. It describes what WebDAV is and how it could be useful in your client/server architecture.
Stefano Mazzocchi announced an implementation of a SAX-based XML bytecode compilation mechanism on the cocoon-dev mailing list. This compilation takes place at a SAX level– the SAX events are stored in a file in a bytecode format. This file can then be read and the events sent to the XML applicatio
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For at least the past week, members of the computer underground have been discussing ways to take advantage of a serious, unreported flaw in Microsoft Corp.'s Web server software. The flaw allows malicious users to read and execute files on Web sites simply by requesting a specific Web address.
E-commerce solutions put heavy demands on software, and the database is no exception. High transactional loads are the norm as users from all over the world access sites around the clock. Programmatic flexibility is critical to ensure both interoperability with existing systems and the ability to re
Version 1.1 of Rogue Wave Software Inc.'s XML-CORBA Link (known as XORBA) significantly simplifies the job of connecting Common Object Request Broker Architecture components to other types of program objects, such as those written using Microsoft Corp.'s Component Object Model framework or a
Although he labored in relative obscurity at the time, soft-spoken, fast-talking Tim Berners-Lee has become globally recognized for his work on XML. But rather than rest on his laurels, the director of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is pushing forward, leveraging what he learned in developing t
JP Morgenthal, Chief Technology Officer at XMLSolutions Corporation and an industry expert on application integration and the internet, database middleware, and e-business, has written a guide to EAI with XML. Titled Enterprise Application Integration with XML and Java 1st Edition, it is published b