By Keyton Weissinger
Up to date to hide ASP 3.0 and IIS 5.0, ASP in a Nutshell presents the fine quality reference documentation that internet software builders really want to create potent energetic Server Pages. It makes a speciality of how good points are utilized in a true software and highlights little-known or undocumented beneficial properties. the most parts lined during this e-book are: lively Server Pages Introduction
Like different books within the In a Nutshell sequence this e-book bargains the proof, together with serious heritage info, in a no-nonsense demeanour that clients will discuss with repeatedly. it's a targeted reference that allows even skilled net builders to increase their ASP functions to new degrees.
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Extra resources for ASP in a Nutshell (2nd Edition)
When adding an array to the Application object’s Contents collection, add the entire array as a whole. When changing an element of the array, retrieve a copy of the array, change the element, and then add the array to the Contents collection as a whole again. The code in Example 4-4 demonstrates this. Example 4-4: Working with Arrays in the Contents Collection <% ' Create an array variable and add it to Contents collection. ReDim arystrNames(3) arystrNames(0) = "Chris" * Free-threaded applications allow multiple user processes to access the same instance of the component simultaneously.
Although transactions are supported only for database actions, you can add code to the OnTransactionCommit and OnTransactionAbort event procedures to provide your own nondatabase transactional support. For example, code in these event procedures could easily be used to write or remove files from the file system upon success or failure of a given transaction. ObjectContext exposes six methods other than the ones you can access through ASP. However, these are accessible only through code within the server components being managed by MTS.
Contents(13) = "Texas" End If %> This code creates a 13th application variable for the current application only if it has not already been created. The Contents collection supports the For Each and For…Next constructs for iterating the collection, as Example 4-3 demonstrates. Contents(strKey) %> 32 Chapter 4 – Application Object ASP in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference, eMatter Edition Copyright © 2000 O’Reilly & Associates, Inc. All rights reserved.
<% Next %> Note, however, that the Contents collection does not support the Add or Remove methods that are common with most collection objects.