A database server is a computer program that provides database services to other computer programs or computers, as defined by the client-server model.
An Introduction to MySQL. This article explains: Connecting MySql, create a Table, insert data in to you database, display database data in you browser and change data.
An extensive examination of using ADO.NET to access SQL Server databases, from establishing connections and executing stored procedures, to connection pools, data readers and data sets.
In my last article, I discussed a very high-level view of Web services. In this article, part one of a three-part series, I'll take an almost 180-degree turn and look at the services provided to...
This article defines the term "information grid" and shows that
it is a core component of the grid computing model. An
information grid gives users and applications secure access to
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The new Flash MX charting components are a great way to create simple charts very quickly. They are even more useful when they can load data from an external source, such as an XML file. You can use...
We have a J2EE application where clients with the same userid need to share the session data that is maintained on the server side. In addition, clients aren't just Web clients, but applets and...