JScript) or vbscript. In all honesty, I don't know anyone that uses
ADO to connect to a database.
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
----- Original Message -----
From: "Neil P Davis" <npdavis(at)hotmail(dot)com>
To: "Peter Mount" <petermount(at)maidstone(dot)gov(dot)uk>; "'Andrew Dellinger'"
Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2000 10:07 AM
capabilities of the implementation depend on platform. While I personally
of this in MSDN (Microsoft Developer's Network). This may or may not only be
Even then, I think it is a server side thing. Though if you can do it on the
server, you may be able to do it in the client, at least with IE. I recall
Don't give up yet. Search on 'disconnected recordset'... Maybe there is a
I am of the persuasion that the data should be extracted by the time that
using either ASP or PHP. Granted, this makes for some cumbersome code, but
hey, it is built dynamically and all I need to maintain is the piece of code
that generates the mess, not the mess itself : )
java. JavaDataBaseConnectivity. I agree with Peter and Adam in their
programming would benefit from the distinction of a new name.
working scripts to learn a little about the way the language works. There
are tutorials here too. There may or may not be better sites now. These two
have gotten me out of any pickle that I have ever confronted.
The most important thing is to first grasp what an object model is, then
learn the DOM or Document Object Model (or at least print it out and hang
it in your cube, you will need it!). From there you will really be able to
and bells and whistles of thick client Apps (- data access of course!) in a
browser. It is very powerful indeed. When combined with ASP or PHP, it is
even more so. I don't know how I ever got along without it!
in IE. This manifests itself in positioning coordinates (Netscape and IE
count pixels from different spots), event handlers (IE Supports tag events
that Netscape does not). Most likely, both Netscape and Microsoft's CEOs
will go to hell for all the hours of developer torture caused by their
unwillingness to decide on standards and stick by them. They know what the
impact is to millions of developers worldwide, yet they continue. No I don't
have a preference, I hate both companies with equal ferocity. Do yourself a
----- Original Message -----
From: Peter Mount
To: 'Andrew Dellinger' ; pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org
Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2000 3:55 AM
Enterprise Support Officer, Maidstone Borough Council
All views expressed within this email are not the views of Maidstone
From: Andrew Dellinger [mailto:aedellin(at)mindspring(dot)com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2000 4:17 AM
reading a lot about JDBC, but it has all java examples.
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