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If you’re using static data, you want to leave the database connection alone and you’re wary of static arrays in application scope, then Jeff Johnson has a solution taking the form of Microsoft’s new COM object - the LookupTable. Author: Jeff Johnson Code: ASP 2.0 & VBScript

 Data Logging Site: Evolved Code 
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There are times when you just want to log any data being passed to a page via a post operation (since using a get operation exposes the data as part of the querystring) and store it for later review, which oddly enough is exactly what this script does. Author: EvolvedCode Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

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Harnesses the inherent power of IE4 to create an asynchronous client-server application which, although it might behave like remote scripting or RDS, is really very much simpler. Author: Lucas Mueller Code: ASP 2.0 & VBScript

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Have you often wanted to retrieve data from a data-source without losing the existing data on your web page? By using dynamically written JavaScript (using ASP and frames), Derek Hodgkins shows you how to avoid this problem. Author: Derek Hodgkins Code: ASP 2.0 & JScript

 Keep State with ASP Session Site: ASP Samples 
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The Session Object is a quick and dirty way to store data from page to page in a web site. Confused? This page tells all, check it out. Author: Trent Carter Code: ASP 2.0 & VBScript

 Using State to Your Advantage Site: The Complete WebMaster 
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In this article, I’ll explore strategies for managing transient application state using ASP. The concept of maintaining data for a specific user or application over a series of HTTP requests often poses some interesting problems. Author: Keith Cox Code: ASP 2.0 & VBScript

 Data Interoperability Site: ASP Today 
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With the trend toward networked applications, we have the burden of needing to be able to exchange data simply and without losing its integrity or utility. In this article I'll describe a method for combining data from disparate sources using XML. Author: Stephen T. Mohr Code: ASP 2.0 & VBScript

 Named Constants Site: LearnASP 
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Sometimes it is best to use named constants from adovbs.inc instead of numeric constants, (granted, adovbs.inc isn't complete and requires some add'l tweaking from time-to-time), but it does have its advantages. Author: Charles Carroll Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

 COM Objects in Sessions Site: LearnASP 
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Do not store any COM objects in a Session() variable because of memory waste and threading issues. Do not store any COM objects in an Application() variable unless the reasons are excellent because of concurrent access issues. Author: Charles Carroll Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript





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