- Setup: Displaying the SQL Query Window
- Query Types
- Outline for the Remaining Tutorials
Outline for the Remaining Tutorials
You now know the SQL commands for storing information into and retrieving information from a database (see Figure 38).
Figure 38 Your knowledge so far.
However, instead of providing the information ourselves, we need to somehow get that information from the user. The next tutorial focuses on getting information from the user via HTML forms (see Figure 39).
Figure 39 What we'll cover in the next tutorial: HTML forms.
In our remaining tutorials, we will cover these technologies in depth:
Tutorial 4 will cover HTML forms.
With a good foundation in databases, SQL, and HTML forms, we end our series by showing you how to "glue" everything together with Active Server Pages.
On completing these tutorials, you'll have a solid foundation in the basic skills needed to develop database-driven Web sites.
Until then, experiment, and have fun! If you have any questions, please mail them to ProfessorF@informit.com. We'll try to answer as many as we can.