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Part: VI Building Dynamic Web Pages > Working with Dynamic Data

Chapter 25. Working with Dynamic Data

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Throughout the book you've learned about numerous important introductory level concepts as they relate to web application development. First, you learned about dynamic web pages and what web applications are. Next, you learned how to define a site and set up necessary testing server parameters so that you can use technologies like ASP, ASP.NET, ColdFusion, and PHP in Dreamweaver. Then you saw how databases such as Access, MSDE, and MySQL can serve as a backbone for data in your organization. You learned about the various databases, what tables, columns, and rows are, and how to take existing databases and restore them in your database management system for use within Dreamweaver. Finally, you reviewed the structured query language and more specifically how SQL provides the means for extracting, inserting, modifying, and deleting information from the database. What you haven't learned to this point is how to take all those foundation-level concepts and bring them together using Dreamweaver to create a truly dynamic database-driven page. That's where this chapter comes in.


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