3024-Chap16 - SECTION III WEB-BASED DATABASES 2010 John P....

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SECTION III WEB-BASED DATABASES 2010 John P. Shewchuk ISE 3024 Course Notes 16 – 1
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6. INTRODUCTION TO WEB- ASED 16. INTRODUCTION TO WEB BASED DATABASES Now that you know how to design, implement, and use relational databases via MS Access and SQL Server, we ill examine how Web ased databases are developed will examine how Web-based databases are developed. We’ll spend the next several weeks on Web-based databases, such that you • understand the basics of designing web pages and web sites. • can access and work with databases over the Web. 2010 John P. Shewchuk ISE 3024 Course Notes 16 – 2
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s before we’ll go through this material in the context of As before, we ll go through this material in the context of Anna’s Books. • we’ll design and implement a small portion of the web site for Anna’s Books. • limited functionality (time constraint). et’s start out with some fundamental concepts then Let s start out with some fundamental concepts, then look at how we might design our Web interface for Anna’s Books. We’ll then describe the software approach and tools we will use to construct the web site in this course. 2010 John P. Shewchuk ISE 3024 Course Notes 16 – 3
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16.1 Web Fundamentals Basic structure of a web site system: Web Server Web Browser Information Server • computer program. • takes requests from browser, locates/ • computer program. • runs/displays web pages. • computer program. • provides information to Web servers. retrieves web pages, send back to browser. •MS: IIS Internet pg • Explorer, Safari, etc. • database server, file server, etc. •MS: QL Server 2010 John P. Shewchuk ISE 3024 Course Notes 16 – 4 S S (t ee t Information Server) S SQ Se e
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o request a web page a browser must know the web To request a web page, a browser must know the web page’s address, or URL (Universal Resource Locator), e.g., http://ise.vt.edu./ise.htm URL construction: Protocol – tells browser and server how to communicate. Most common protocol: Host Machine – computer running the Web server that serves this page. 2010 John P. Shewchuk ISE 3024 Course Notes 16 – 5 Name – name of the web page (file).
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Two types of web pages: Static Web Page – page stored in a file server. - user requests web page, Web server retrieves from file server, sends to browser. Dynamic Web Page –page created by Web server in response to user request. ser inputs information Web server reates - user inputs information, Web server creates appropriate web page, sends to browser. 2010 John P. Shewchuk
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3024-Chap16 - SECTION III WEB-BASED DATABASES 2010 John P....

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