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Part: VII Appendixes > Server Behaviors

Server Behaviors

The built-in server behaviors are powerful because they allow nonprogrammers or those with only a limited knowledge of server-side programming to perform common functions such as displaying database records. They can be used by Web designers to visually design a page to produce simple Web applications. If they need to modify the page after design—maybe to reorder database columns or to add in more data—there is no need to hunt through and modify code; the server behavior can be easily changed.

Server behaviors are also useful to experienced programmers because much of Web application coding is the repetition of common tasks, such as creating a recordset, opening it, and displaying the records. Server behaviors let you automate these common tasks with robust standard code so that you can concentrate on the difficult parts.


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