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Part: VI Database-Driven Pages > Modifying the Database

Chapter 25. Modifying the Database

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One of the primary purposes for developing a dynamic Web application is not only to be able to view live data from your database, but also to modify, add, or delete the data within it. The last chapter exposed you to a key component of Web application development: dynamic data. Unfortunately, that knowledge will take you only as far as being able to modify the database when changes need to be made. To truly appreciate the power behind a fully dynamic application is to develop that application so that content constantly changes based on user or administrator input. This chapter focuses on creating forms in Dreamweaver that modify, add, or delete items within the database. It does not stop there, however, it also encompasses the world of e-business and shows how Dreamweaver is revolutionizing the creation of e-commerce applications through simplicity and ease of use.


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