There are more versions on ADO (and ODBC drivers, OLE-DB providers - you name it) out there with different
functionality than you might like. This niftly little script allows you to collect all vital version information
as well as other DBMS capabilities in seconds using ADO properties.
ADSI and IISAO
Active Directory (AD) is mandatory know-how for Windows 2000, however, did you know that you can use AD services
on NT4 to administer IIS4? This article goes into detail about ADSI and how to use it in ASP pages.
When you want to provide an event calendar on your site (which allows online administration), then look
no further - get it with all ASP code.
If you want to add a guest book to your site, then this article is for you -
it contains full source code and the necessary Access database to get up and running immediately.
A complete introduction to ADO is provided!
Do you want to know how to format numbers, currency values
or dates for a specific locale? This article shows you how to do this
with little effort. Source code included!
Most of us are hosting their web sites on servers at an ISP where you don't have full
control over the software (components) installed. How do you figure out whether components you
need are installed? That's where this neat script can help you.
Ever wanted to have a central location from which you can search all
the most important search engines plus your own Web site? Here is the solution with source code included!
SQL Server Manager
The Web interface for SQL Server Enterprise Manager - programmed using ASP and SQLOLE. Full source code.
Currently only tested for SQL Server 6.5.