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Learn about Basic ASP Procedures (8 ASP):

The JavaScript Procedures can be called by using VBScript in ASP. The ASP source codes can include procedures and functions in it. Following is the example that shows the procedures and functions in ASP source code using VBScript:

Example:

<html>

<head>

<%

Sub vbproc(n1,n)

response.write(n*n1)

end sub

%>

</head>

<body>

<p>Result is:<%call vbproc(2,4)%></p>

</body>

</html>

Result:

Result is: 8

 

Following is the example that shows the procedures and functions in ASP source code using JavaScript:

Example:

<%@ language=”JavaScript”%>

<html>

<head>

<%

Function jsproc(n1,n)

{

response.write(n*n1)

}

%>

</head>

<body>

<p>Result is: <%jsproc(2,4)%></p>

</body>

</html>

<script type=”text/javascript”><!–
google_ad_client = “ca-pub-7789281879799866”;
/* webpost */
google_ad_slot = “1930114734”;
google_ad_width = 300;
google_ad_height = 250;
//–>
</script>
<script type=”text/javascript”
src=”http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js”>
</script>

Result:

Result is: 8

Following is another example which shows how to call JavaScript procedures and VBScript procedures simultaneously in single ASP file:

Example:

<html>

<head>

<%

Sub vbproc(n1,n)

response.write(n*n1)

end sub

%>

<script language=”JavaScript” runat=”server”%>

Function jsproc(n1,n)

{

response.write(n*n1)

}

</script>

</head>

<body>

<p>Result is: <%call jsproc(2,4)%></p>

<p>Result is: <%call vbproc(2,4)%></p>

</body>

</html>

 

Result:

Result is: 8

Result is: 8

Some basics about the difference between VBScript and JavaScript:

To call VBScript or JavaScript procedures, you need to use the “call” followed by the procedure name in a ASP file written in VBScript. If you are using the”call” word then you need to use parenthesis for the parameters required by the procedure.  But if you are not using the “call” word then there is no need for parenthesis for parameters. Moreover, if there are no parameters in the procedure then the parenthesis are optional.

It is compulsory to use parenthesis in a ASP file written in JavaScript., when you need to call VBScript or Java

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Learn about Basic ASP Variables (7 ASP):

As we all know that variable is used to store information. There are different types of variables in ASP.

Something about Variable’s Lifetime:

Those variables which are declared outside the procedure can be easily changed or accessed by using any script in ASP. But those variables which are declared inside the procedure cannot be changed or accessed by any scripts. Because they are created and destroyed every time a procedure is executed.  The main two types of Variables are:

 

Session Variables:


Those variables which store information of only single user but they are available on all the pages in a single application are known as Session Variables. Mostly the type of information stored in these variables is: name, id and preferences.

 

Application Variables:

These variables are also available to all the pages in the application. But they are used to store information of many, in fact, all the users in one particular application.

 

How to declare a text value variable:

Following is an easy example to show how to store a text as a value in the variable:

Example:

<html>

<body>

<%

Dim name

Name=”Tweety”

response.write(“My name is” & name)

%>

</body>

</html>

 

RESULT:

My name is Tweety

 

How to declare a array:

Following is an easy example to show how to store a text as a array:

Example:

<html>

<body>

<%

Dim framename(6),m

Framename(0) = “tweety”

Framename(1) = “sweeto”

Framename(2) = “dan brown”

Framename(4) = “angel”

Framename(5) = “ben ten”

Framename(6) = “lara croft”

For m = 0 to 6

response.write(framename(m) & <br/>)

Next

%>

</body>

</html>

 

RESULT:

tweety

sweeto

dan brown

angel

ben ten

lara croft

 

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Learn about Basic ASP Syntax Rules (6 ASP):

This basic tutorial will include examples of ASP code, which will make learning ASP easy for you. To Practice either copy them or try to create similar codes on your own and then run them.

How to write an output to the Internet Browser:

Just like a HTML file, ASP file can contain HTML tags in it. The ASP file can also contain some Server Scripts in it which are enclosed in <% and %> known as delimiters.


These Server Scripts are included to be executed on the Server. They can contain expressions, procedures, statement and phrases which are valid for scripting languages you prefer to use.

Write Command:

The write command (response.write) is specifically used for writing an output to a browser. Following is an example which sends the “My first text” to the browser.

Example:

<html>

<body>

<% response.write(“My first text”)%>

</body>

</html>

There is another shorthand way to do this. This shorthand way is shown in following example:

Example:

<html>

<body>

<% =“My first text”%>

</body>

</html>

 

Using Scripts in ASP

VBScript:

Several Scripting Languages can also be used in ASP. But the default scripting language is VBScript. Following is an example which sends the “My first text” to the browser using VBScript:

Example:

<html>

<body>

<%

response.write(“My first text”)

%>

</body>

</html>

 

JAVA Script:

As JAVA Script is not the default scripting language, so you need to set it as a default at the top of a particular page in the language specification. Another important advice is: JavaScript is case sensitive, so write your ASP code with uppercase. You should only use lowercase when it is required by the language. Following is an example which sends the “My first text” to the browser using JAVA Script:

Example:

<%@ language=”JavaScript”%>

<html>

<body>

<%

response.write(“My first text”)

%>

</body>

</html>

 

Moreover the ASP is usually used with JavaScript and VBScript. But if your requirement is to use other scripting languages like PERL and REXX. Then you need to install their script engines separately.

 

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Learn about Installation of IIS on Windows Server 2003 and Testing your Web (5 ASP):

 

Follow these steps to install IIS on your Windows Server 2003:

 

  • When you open the Windows Server 2003, there is “Manage Your Server Wizard”.
  • Sometimes, the server is not displayed, then go to “Adminstrative tools” and select the “Manage your Server”.
  • The wizard will open, in this wizard, click “Add or remove a Role”.
  • Then click on “Next”.
  • In next window click “Custom Configuration”.
  • Then click “Next”.
  • Then select “Application Server Role”.
  • Then click “Next”.
  • If the wizard asks for CD of Server 2003, then insert the CD and run the setup till it is finished.
  • The wizard will display that Application Server Role is installed.
  • To open the “Application Server Management Console (MMC)”, click on “Manage this Application Server”.
  • Then open the Internet Information System Manager, then expand the desired server, then open the websites folder.
  • Then you will see default website which should not say “stopped”.
  • Finally IIS will be running.
  • Then, in the Internet Information System Manager, click the “Web Service Extension Folder”.
  • This will show the default configuration of IIS, in which Active Server Pages are blocked.
  • Then Allow the Active Server Pages.
  • Congratulations!!!!!! You have successfully activated ASP………..:)


For this installation of IIS and PWS is necessary. If you have already installed IIS and PWS then proceed. Otherwise check the previous posts for the easy tutorial of installation of IIS and PWS. Follow these steps test your web:

 

    • Find the folder “Inetpub” on your Hard Drive.
    • Open this folder and find another folder named “wwwroot”.
    • Then create a new folder named “Mywebsite” in this “wwwroot”.
    • Open the notepad and write some asp code in it.
    • Save this file as “aspfile.asp” in the new folder.


  • Then check whether your server is running or not.
  • If yes then open the browser and type in the address bar http://localhost/Mywebsite/aspfile.asp.
  • You will successfully view your asp web page.
  • Congratulations Learn about Installation of IIS on Windows Server 2003 and Testing your Web (5 ASP):

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Learn about Installation of IIS and PWS (4 ASP):

Any one can run ASP on their own Personal Computer just by using Windows PC as a Web Server. This requires installation of either IIS (Internet Information System) or PWS (Personal Web Server). IIS and PWS are available as free web server components with Windows.

Compatibility of IIS:

• IIS 7 is compatible with Windows Vista Business
• IIS 7 is also compatible with Windows Vista Home Premium.
• PWS and IIS is not supported by Windows Vista Home edition.
• IIS 5.1 is available with Windows XP Professional.
• PWS and IIS is not supported by Windows XP Home edition.
• IIS 5.0 is available with Windows 2000 Professional.
• IIS 3 and IIS 4 are supported by Windows NT Professional.
• PWS and IIS 3 are supported by Windows NT Workstation.
• PWS is supported by Windows 95 and comes with Windows 98.

 

Installation of IIS on Windows Vista:

Follow these steps to install IIS on your Windows Vista:

• Open the Control Panel.
• Open the Programs and Features.
• Click on “Turn Windows Features on or off”.
• Select the option of Internet Information system and click “OK”.
• Install all patches for bugs and security problems.
• Then run Windows Update.

 

Installation of IIS on Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Follow these steps to install IIS on your Windows Vista:
• Open the Control Panel.
• Open “Add or Remove Programs”.
• Click twice the “Add/Remove Window Components”.
• Click “Internet Information system”.
• Click its details.
• Select “World Wide Web Service”.
• Click OK.
• Then in Windows Component, Click “Next”.
• Install all patches for bugs and security problems.
• Then run Windows Update.

 

 

Installation of PWS on Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows NT:
Follow these steps to install PWS on your Windows 98:
• Open the folder named “Add-ons” on your windows CD, Open the PWS folder and run the “setup.exe” to install PWS.

 

Follow these steps to install PWS on your Windows 95 and Windows NT:
• You have to download “Windows NT 4.0 Option Pack” from Microsoft.
• Then install PWS.

 

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