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Part 4: Making Your Web Site Interactive > Making a Site Database-Driven

Chapter 16. Making a Site Database-Driven

10-Second Summary
  • Work with live data on a Windows SharePoint Services Web site

  • Create Data Views that let users easily post to a database

  • Format Data Views the quick way by implementing preformatted styles

  • Create, edit, and add databases with the Data Source Catalog


In the business world, accurate and up-to-date information is the key to success. When it comes to creating a Web site, publishing the most accurate information you can, and getting it online as quickly as possible, keeps customers satisfied. By linking your site to live data sources held in databases, you ensure that your visitors get current information instantly—and once you set up the system, with the help of Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003, the information is generated “on the fly” in response to requests. The Web browser becomes a database client, and a Web server a database server.


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