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SQL server, IIS, VBscript

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My company have 1 SQL server and 1 Internet Information server.
I have want to write a VB script to build an intranet applicaiton to access the SQL server via Internet Information server.

Can you tell me what is simplest way to do this task?
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avla earned 190 total points
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It seems to me that the best way to build an Intranet db solution by using IIS is through Active Server Pages. They have a VB-type syntax and allow for very easy retrieval and update of data within any ODBC compliant database, including SQL Server.  You can also use VBScript for client side scripting in conjunction with ASP.

For more information on ASP's, I advocate checking out
   http://www.genusa.com/asp.  This site has a lot of information on how to create  applications using ASP. It also has plenty of links to other ASP resources.

I hope this helps and just ask if you would like more information.

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PS You  have duplicate questions posted. You may want to delete one to keep the points.
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