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ASP: How to connect to MySQL database

In this tutorial we will show you how to connect to MySQL database using a DSN and without a DSN. More...

PHP: Variables

A variable is a holder for a type of data. So, based on its type, a variable can hold numbers, strings, booleans, objects, resources or it can be NULL. In PHP all the variables begin with a dollar sign "$" and the value can be assignes using the "=" operator. This article shows the basic idea on how to use variables in PHP, along with examples, and descriptions of the examples. More...

ASP Response Object

The Response object is used to send output to the client from the web server. In this tutorial the syntax, collections, properties and methods of the ASP Response object are described. More...

ASP Request Object

The Request object retrieves the values that the client browser passed to the server during an HTTP request. It is used to get information from the user. Using this object, you can dynamically create web pages and perform various server-side actions based on input from the user. In this tutorial the syntax, collections, properties and methods of the ASP Request object are described. More...

ASP FileSystemObject Object

The FileSystemObject object provides access to the file system on the web server, allowing us to manipulate text files, folders and drives from within our code. In this tutorial the properties and methods of the FileSystemObject object are described. More...

ASP: Variables

Declaring variables in ASP is simple. You don't have to declare if your variable is an integer, string, or object. You just declare it, and it has the potential to be anything. To declare a variable in ASP/VBScript we use the Dim statement. If you wanted to print out the variables, you could use the ASP Response.Write command. Learn more about the rules for declaring and naming variables in ASP/VBScript and use of Option Explicit statement in our article Variables in ASP. More...

ASP Session Object

The Session object stores information needed for a particular user's session on the web server. It is automatically created every time when an ASP page from the web site or web application is requested by a user who does not already have a session, and it remains available until the session expires. In this tutorial the syntax, collections, properties, methods and events of the ASP Session object are described. More...

ASP Server Object

The Server object provides access to properties and methods on the server. Much of functionality it provides is simply functionality the web server itself uses in the normal processing of client requests and server responses. In this tutorial the syntax, properties and methods of the ASP Server object are described. More...

ASP: How to connect to database with a DSN

DSN stands for 'Data Source Name'. It is an easy way to assign useful and easily rememberable names to data sources which may not be limited to databases alone. In this tutorial we will show you how to connect with a DSN to an Access database called 'examples.mdb' and retrieve all the records from the table. More...

ASP Application Object

The Application object is used to control and manage all items that are available to all users of an Active Server application. The Application items can be variables needed for all users in the application, or they can be instantiated objects that provide special server-side functionality. In this tutorial the syntax, collections, methods and events of the ASP Application object are described. More...

ASP TextStream Object

The TextStream object provides sequential access to the contents of text files. This allows you to read, write, or append characters or lines to a text file. In this tutorial the properties and methods of the TextStream object are described. More...

ASP File Object

The File object represents a specified file on the local machine or on a network share. To work with the File object's properties and methods, you need to create an instance of the FileSystemObject object first and then instantiate the File object through the GetFile method. Also you can get a File object reference from the Folder object, by using the Files Collection. More...

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ASP Folder Object

The folder object represents a specified file folder on the current machine. We can use the properties and methods of the Folder object to traverse directories on the drive, and to get at all the properties of this or any other folder. To work with the Folder object's properties and methods, you need to create an instance of the FileSystemObject object first and then instantiate the Folder object through the GetFolder method. Also you can get a Folder object reference from the Drive object, by using the RootFolder property. More...

ASP ASPError Object

The ASPError object is a new in ASP 3.0, and is available in IIS5 and later. It provides a range of detailed information about the last error that occurred in script in an ASP page. The ASPError object is only available through the GetLastError method of the Server object. In this tutorial the syntax and properties of the ASPError object are described. More...

ASP Drive Object

The Drive object represents a physical drive. This drive can exist on your machine, or it can be a drive shared by another machine. To work with the Drive object's properties, you need to create an instance of the FileSystemObject object first and then instantiate the Drive object through the GetDrive method or the Drives property of the FileSystemObject object. More...




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