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Part VII: Internet > Web Publishing with SQL Server

Chapter 27. Web Publishing with SQL Server

This chapter describes the options provided by Microsoft SQL Server for generating Web sites. This involves the creation of static Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) pages, the generation of which can be time- or data-dependent. When controlling data-dependent creation, SQL Server monitors specified tables and fields to automatically update the HTML pages when these tables and fields are changed.

For many Internet or intranet applications, static HTML pages that are regularly filled with new data are sufficient. They are easier to create and maintain than dynamic solutions, in which Active Server Pages (ASP) programs, for example, fetch the required data from the database when it is needed. Static pages are loaded significantly more quickly than dynamically generated pages and the load on the database server is reduced.


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