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The Not So Ordinary Address Book

Nick demonstrates how one could create an address book using XML and ASP. Once you have read this article, you will be ahead of the class when it comes to dynamic address book development.

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By: Nick Gerakines
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June 03, 2003
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So you have an address book on your website done in ASP. More than likely its done with some sort of static database where you can only have some much information put in without making table relationships. In this article, I'll be giving some very simple examples on how to make a dynamic address book that doesn't have pre-set limits like most do.
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