Access to the Data

Hi and thanks,

This is more of an understanding on how it all works.


A user seats down in front of the PC/laptop/Tablet (lets just call it a device).  Access what they are looking for (maybe orders something from lets say Walmart).

What is happening? How does this all work?

From what I understand:
User looks at the web site.

Lets say the web pages are made using ASP

So:
The screen comes up.  This screen is a ASP.Net Form.

Behind this ASP.Net form are commands (maybe for security reasons) that are written in VB.net so that the correct data can be accessed.  The data is in SQL tables?  And using VB.Net is how the Form to Data is linked?

So:
ASP.Net is needed to create the Web Pages (Forms)
VB.Net is used to bridge from the Forms to the Data (SQL Tables)
SQL Tables is the Data.


Is this all correct?

Just want to know the logical steps from user to data...


Thanks
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CodeCruiserCommented:
ASP.Net is needed to create the Web Pages (Forms)
VB.Net is used to bridge from the Forms to the Data (SQL Tables)
SQL Tables is the Data.


Is this all correct?


Yes. ASP.NET is a combination of two web development frameworks. One is the webforms and the other is MVC. Webforms were an attempt to abstract the web stuff from the developer writing the backend code so that he can refer to controls just like in winforms. VB.NET and C# are the languages that can be used to write the code behind the webforms.
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Ok, Thanks,
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Great Thanks
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