COURSE NAME: ASP - Fundamentals (4065)
Students will learn the benefits of using ASP technology to create dynamic, data-driven Web sites. The course introduces the ASP Object Model, several built-in ASP Components, Scripting Objects, and the ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) Model.
- Access 2003 - Fundamentals (4060) or equivalent knowledge
- HTML - Levels 1 & 2 (4065) or equivalent knowledge
Unit objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Describe what ASP is, what platforms and applications support it, and the role of scripting languages, objects, and components in ASP programming.
- Use Server-side Includes to improve Web programming efficiency through modularization.
- Describe the role of the ASP Response object and use its Write, Redirect, and output control properties and methods.
- Describe the role of the ASP Request object and use its Form, QueryString, and ServerVariables collections to obtain user-supplied information and environment details.
- Determine the value of cookies in maintaining user state and use the Cookie collections of the Request and Response objects.
- Describe what ASP components are and use the Server object to instantiate
- ASP components.
- Use the Ad Rotator, Browser Capabilities, and Content Linking components.
- Describe the difference between ASP applications and sessions and use the
- Global.asa file to launch application and session events.
- Describe what Scripting Objects are and use the Dictionary, FileSystemObject, and TextStream objects to further enable your ASP Web sites.
- Describe the relationship between ASP and ADO and create a database connection from a Web site.
- Use the Recordset object to display database records, create on-the-fly combo boxes and option groups, and filter records based on user input.
- Add, update, and delete records in a database using both ADO and SQL query methods.
- Use stored procedures and parameter queries to improve database access on the Web.
- Create a data browser that allows forward and backward recordset browsing and a paged recordset display system.
Unit 1: Introduction to ASP
- What is ASP?
- ASP Scripting Languages, Objects, and Components
Unit 2: Server-side Includes
- Using Server-side Includes
- Using Dynamic Server-side Includes
Unit 3: The Response Object
- What is the Response Object?
- The Write Method
- The Redirect Method
- Controlling Output
Unit 4: The Request Object
- What is the Request Object?
- The Form Collection
- The QueryString Collection
- The ServerVariables Collection
Unit 5: Cookies
- What are Cookies?
- The Response.Cookies Collection
- The Request.Cookies Collection
Unit 6: ASP Components, Part 1
- What are ASP Components?
- The Server Object
- The AdRotator Component
Unit 7: ASP Components, Part 2
- The Browser Capabilities Component
- The Content Linking Component
Unit 8: Applications, Sessions, and the Global.asa
- What are ASP Applications and Sessions?
- What is the Global.asa?
Unit 9: The Built-in Scripting
- The FileSystemObject Object
- The TextStream Object
Unit 10: ASP and the ADO Model
- ASP, Databases, and ADO
- The Database Environment
- Connecting to the Database
Unit 11: Viewing Database Records
- Working with Recordsets
- Creating Combo Boxes and Option Groups
- Filtering Records
Unit 12: Adding, Updating, and Deleting Records
- Adding Records to a Database
- Updating Records in a Database
- Deleting Records from a Database
Unit 13: Stored Procedures and Parameters
- Using Stored Procedures
- The Command Object
- Parameter Queries
Unit 14: Advanced Recordset Techniques
- Editing Records with a Data Browser
- Paging Through a Recordset
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