In this article, Matt Duckhouse describes how to connect a Macromedia Flash movie to an Access database using an ASP page as the data-transfer mechanism.
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An ASP.NET HTTP Handler is a simple class that allows you to process a request and return a response to the browser. Unfortunately, when things go wrong, debugging an HTTP handler can be a little tricky. This article examines the process of debugging an HTTP handler in order to get everything working again.
"With the upcoming release of Internet Explorer 5.0, it is much easier to use XML in Web applications. Here is some information on how to harness the power of the updated XML Document Object Model (DOM) on the server to parse and use XML data in ASP applications.
In addition to creating custom Web Parts for SharePoint Portal Server, developers can actually create their own custom properties to further enhance Web Part appearance and behavior. Gayan Peiris explains the process and provides all the necessary code.
Building an upload file mechanism on a Web server can often require using a costly DLL. Tiago Halm's article shows you how to upload a file using only Active Server Page (ASP) code and Internet Explorer. Sample code is provided.
ASP pages are so easy to put together that sometimes developers have not thought through the problems associated with errors. Error handling can help your application to be more robust. This article by Richard Bundock dives into the basics of error handling.