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21: "asp upload components without" Algorithm
A few days ago to help a friend faintbear modified "asp upload components without" the code, got a few ideas, write here, perhaps still useful. I do not have asp development process, only temporary at the foot Buddha, modify the statement...

22: ASP loophole shut
Phase no matter what you do not believe that, through the asp, may be able to be easily invaded web server, server to steal files, capture web Database systems such as user passwords, and even to delete the malicious document on the server until t...

23: Server firewall be a headache
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24: ASP to improve the skills of performance and appearance Collection (Transfer from Computer World) (-)
Skills 1: The data cache frequently used Web server in a typical ASP page from the back-end data storage to retrieve data, and then the results converted into HTML (HTML). No matter how the speed of the database, retrieve data from memory than from ...

25: ASP performance test report (7)
10, using the method recordset field values to quote the most efficient? 10.1 test Thus far we have been quoted by name records field values are concentrated. As a result of this approach requires that each must find the appropriate fields, and it...

26: ASP performance test reports (f)
Seven, the best record with which to extract the set? So far we have been extracted by creating a recordset Recordset object, but also provided ADO recordset indirect extraction methods. The following test ADO__03.asp directly from the Connection o...

27: ASP performance test reports (e)
6, which records the cursor type and lock the most efficient way? All tests so far, we only use the "forward only" to access the recordset cursor. ADO recordset provided for, there are three types of cursor: Static scrollable cursor, dyna...

28: ASP performance test reports (d)
Fifth, the use of recordset, should create a separate connection object? To answer this question correctly, we need to analyze two different testing conditions: First, there is only one database transaction page; the second page there are multiple ...

29: ASP performance test reports (c)
Fourth, it should be cited by including ADOVBS.inc? Microsoft provided ADOVBS.inc contains 270 lines of code, the code defines the attribute most of the ADO constants. Our sample only ADOVBS.inc quoted from the two constants. Therefore this test (A...

30: ASP test performance report (b)
Third, the first test In the first test, we simulated Microsoft ASP ADO example can be found in a typical case of extracting a record set. In this example (ADO__01.asp), we first open a connection, and then create a recordset object. Of course, the...

31: ASP performance test reports (a)
Platform: ASP dynamically generated content to output the most efficient way? Which is best to use the database to extract the recordset? This paper tests for nearly 20 months developing this type of ASP frequently asked questions, test tool shows t...

32: Asp code optimization techniques 8 (to)
ASP (Active Server Page) is a Microsoft-based company launched PWS (Personal Web Server) & IIS (Internet Information Server) platform, based on the ISAPI (InternetServiceAPI) the principle of dynamic web development technologies, the growing mat...

33: To: ASP Guide
ASP Guide Introduction "Active Server Page (ASP)" The success of an application often depends on the architecture and design trade-offs in these two areas. ASP technology, taking into account the wide range of applications and the current...

34: How to monitor and improve the performance of IIS 5.0
Today, I come to tell you about how IIS 5.0 monitor and improve the performance of the server, this is only my personal information from a number of lessons and practice something that everyone will work together to come up with to talk about, J. W...

35: ASP how to enhance performance (2) (jaklin from Yesky)
ASP how to enhance performance (2) 2000-08-11 compiled:Yesky Skills 6: clever use of Session objects Session to use the site during peak hours there are several shortcomings. Mean peak: there are hundreds of sites per second requested page, or vi...

36: ASP how to enhance performance (1) (jaklin from Yesky)
ASP how to enhance performance (1) 2000-08-10Yesky Introduction Is a very important performance characteristics. You need to design a good performance in advance that it would have to rewrite the program for this purpose. In other words: a good i...

37: ASP performance optimization (turn) (b)
Database Access Access to the database will quickly slow down the process, but does not have the database, many sites do not trip. Do not use the embedded SQL statements to access the database, you can use to access the database stored procedure, t...

38: ASP performance optimization (to)
Active Server Pages allows the implementation of dynamic pages quickly, but in the code and database connections to add some skills, so that procedures can be implemented faster. This is a script on how refined and ASP characteristics to achieve max...

39: IIS 5.0 web server to improve efficiency in the implementation of the eight methods
IIS 5.0 web server to improve efficiency in the implementation of the eight methods Following is the IIS 5.0 web server to improve efficiency in the implementation of the eight methods: 1. The opening of the continuing role of HTTP can be improved...

40: ASP 28 to improve the skills of performance and appearance of 1-6 (From Ms China) - the article in July, as if no one turned
ASP 28 to improve the skills of performance and appearance of Len Cardinal, Senior Consultant, Microsoft Consulting Services George V. Reilly Microsoft IIS Performance Lead adapted from the article Nancy Cluts technology developers Microsoft Corpora...


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