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Introduction To Sybase - Writing a Sybase web application

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Welcome Back! In the first two parts of this series, we installed the Sybase database and configured the Perl language to work with the database. In part three, we will create a web application using our newly installed database server. Before you can manage an application using the Sybase server, some background information is in order. I will assume you have read the two previous articles in the series. The example program is a bookstore on the Web. We will discuss all aspects of creating and maintaining a client-server application using the Sybase SQL server. You won't be an expert after reading the article, but you'll have a good idea of what needs to be done for client-server applications. The example application will not be able to compete with, but it will give you an idea of how to design a client-server application. We'll first take a look at some Sybase SQL server basics.


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