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I need help,

i have a project to do " a Website" using HTML+
databases, i have to use ASP to link them together, the
windows i am using is WindowsXP home addetion, i need
you'r advice. thanx
Jul 19 '05 #1
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broad question :-)

Eyrolles: ASP 3.0

http://msdn.microsoft.com
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I need help,

i have a project to do " a Website" using HTML+
databases, i have to use ASP to link them together, the
windows i am using is WindowsXP home addetion, i need
you'r advice. thanx

Jul 19 '05 #2
Tim
you wont do it on xp home, you need a web server (IIS or PWS) you need win98
with PWS or XP Pro or win2k with IIS
Tim
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I need help,

i have a project to do " a Website" using HTML+
databases, i have to use ASP to link them together, the
windows i am using is WindowsXP home addetion, i need
you'r advice. thanx

Jul 19 '05 #3
If you don't want to upgrade your operating system, sign up with a host that
supports asp. Brinkster is one.
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I need help,

i have a project to do " a Website" using HTML+
databases, i have to use ASP to link them together, the
windows i am using is WindowsXP home addetion, i need
you'r advice. thanx

Jul 19 '05 #4
After you have a system or site that supports ASP have a look at some of the
tutorial sites such as asp101.com. A book or two on ASP would be helpful as
well.

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news:0e****************************@phx.gbl...
I need help,

i have a project to do " a Website" using HTML+
databases, i have to use ASP to link them together, the
windows i am using is WindowsXP home addetion, i need
you'r advice. thanx

Jul 19 '05 #5
In article <0e****************************@phx.gbl>, poco_loco20
@hotmail.com says...
I need help,

i have a project to do " a Website" using HTML+
databases, i have to use ASP to link them together, the
windows i am using is WindowsXP home addetion, i need
you'r advice. thanx

You also have the option to do as I did, install the freeware Abyss Web
Server ( http://www.aprelium.com/ ) and then install seliSoft's
ActiveHTML ( http://www.selisoft.com/en/ahtml/index.html ) which adds
ASP Classic capability to Abyss. ActiveHTML is trialware and will run
you about 32 USD. It doesn't do everything that IIS does (most of it,
though), but for only 32 USD you can have an ASP development environment
on XP Home without the expensive upgrade to XP Pro.

HTH

Wayfarer

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Jul 19 '05 #6
On Thu, 18 Sep 2003 03:25:37 -0700, "reem" <po*********@hotmail.com>
wrote:
i have a project to do " a Website" using HTML+
databases, i have to use ASP to link them together, the
windows i am using is WindowsXP home addetion, i need
you'r advice. thanx


1) XP Home has no IIS/PWS:
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=304197

2) Google "ASP Database Tutorial"

Jeff
Jul 19 '05 #7

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