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By: Charles Calvert
Abstract: Overview of Internet Express
The Internet Express allows you to easily create XML based web server
applications in Delphi. Typically, WebServers are CGI, ISAPI or NSAPI
applications or DLLS that serve up editable data to HTML clients over the web.
The purpose of this paper is to give an overview of how to use the Internet
Express technology to create interactive web pages that serve up datasets.
After reading the paper you should be able to create applications that allow
users to view InterBase, Paradox, MSSQL, Oracle or other data over the web. The
user will be able to edit the data, insert records, delete records, etc. The
data can be arranged in one to many relationships, and in some other common
configurations such as lookups. In general, the applications you create should
roughly parallel standard Delphi database applications, but live inside a
browser, rather than a form.
The requirements for reading and using the technology in this paper are
fairly simple. Readers of this paper are expected to have a basic understanding
of Delphi Database programming, with some knowledge of Midas development a
plus. Internet Express ships only with Delphi Enterprise.
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