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Adding and Displaying Data Easily via ASP and XML/XSL


Sonu's article will help DevArticles readers learn how to simply add data to a XML document via an ASP form.

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By: Sonu Kapoor
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June 02, 2003
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  1. · Adding and Displaying Data Easily via ASP and XML/XSL
  2. · The Article
  3. · Conclusion

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Adding and Displaying Data Easily via ASP and XML/XSL - Conclusion
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That's it ! Now you have created a fully functional system which can save, read and display data from a form. You have learned the advantages of ASP,XML and XSL. To practice a little bit more, I suggest you to modify the ASP page, to create your own Address book. Once you have mastered and created your own ASP page you will understand much more.
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