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Chapter 34. Access 2002 and Excel 2002 > Design Corner: Determining the Need fo...

Design Corner: Determining the Need for a Database

If you are creating a Web site that contains a great deal of evolving Web page content, it is natural for you to assume that a database system is required. In some cases, this might be necessary, but you should consider the type of project you are creating, especially if you are creating a high-traffic Web site.

Most people turn to database systems to help manage the content of Web sites and make the publication of static information appear more instantaneous. However, in such an environment, it is not efficient for the Web server to be constantly invoking database commands via Active Server Pages, just to present a document on the Web site.


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