This is a file that contains embedded server-side scripting that is executed on a server and sent to and displayed in a web browser as a standard HTML file. It enables web pages to be created dynamically. The file will usually have the extension .asp
Active Server Pages are web pages that run under Microsoft's Internet Information Server (IIS) version 3.0 and later. Active Server Pages combine HTML, VBScript or JScript, and ActiveX controls to create dynamic web pages that can be viewed from any of the most popular web browsers. The Quik Reports for Windows Engine Automation Server, the Crystal Design-Time ActiveX Control, and the Crystal Active Data Driver can be combined to create active web sites in Microsoft Visual InterDev that display reports from an Internet or intranet site.
An HTML page that includes one or more scripts, or small embedded programs, that are processed on a Microsoft Web server (Internet Information Server) before the page is sent to the user. Typically, the script in the Web page (at the server level) uses input from a user's request to access data from a database and then builds or customizes the page before sending it to the requester.
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is a Web server technology from Microsoft that allows for the creation of dynamic, interactive sessions with the user. An ASP is a Web page that contains HTML and embedded programming code written in VBScript or Jscript. ASPs are Microsoft's alternative to CGI scripts and JavaServer Pages (JSPs), which allow Web pages to interact with databases and other programs.
an HTML document that contains embedded server-side scripting
an HTML page that includes one or more script that is processed a Microsoft compatible web server before the page is sent to the user
a specification for a dynamically created web page with a
a standard HTML file extended with additional features and is saved with extension
a Web page that has server-side scripting which is interpreted on the server by the ASP engine
a Web page that is dynamically created by the Web server
a web page which gets executed in server environment of Microsoft Internet Information Server which in short known as IIS
ASP is Microsoft's server-side scripting technology. An Active Server Page has an .asp extension and it mixes HTML and scripting code that can be written in VBScript or JScript. ASP is distributed with Microsoft's IIS web server, so most host using IIS will also offer ASP for dynamic web programming. ASP.NET is the next version of ASP. Other popular server-side scripting languages are Perl, PHP, ColdFusion, TCL, Python, and JSP.
An Active Server Page (ASP) is an HTML page that includes embedded program(s) that are processed on a Microsoft Web server (Windows NT) before the page is sent to the user.
The server-side execution environment (formerly code-named "Denali") in Microsoft Internet Information Server 3.0 that executes ActiveX Scripts and ActiveX Components on a server. Developers can combine scripts and components to create Web-based applications.
ASPs are HTML documents implanted with scripts (typically Microsoft's VB Script or J script). These scripts are processed by the server before transferring to the user.
A specification for a webpage that adds interactivity to your website. An ASP is dynamically created by the Web server and contains both HTML and scripting code. With ASP, programs can be run on a Web server in a similar way to CGI scripts, only ASP uses the ActiveX scripting engine to support either VBScript or Jscript.
An HTML page that contains embedded scripts. ASPs are especially useful for storing and retrieving information in an online database.
A web page with an .asp file extension, which indicates a dynamically created web page that uses ActiveX scripting. When a web browser requests an .asp page, the server generates a page with HTML code and sends it back to the browser.
ASPs are HTML documents embedded with scripts (typically Microsoft's VB Script or Jscript). These scripts are processed by the server prior to being transferred to the user.
n. A method for creating programs that run on a web server, first available on the Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) 3.0. ASP pages contain a mixture of HTML code and scripting code. ASP uses the ActiveX scripting engine to support both VBScript and JScript code. You can use only one type of script per page. The script is delineated either by inline server script tags, % %, or by the HTML SCRIPT and /SCRIPT tags. When a user requests data from a URL with an ASP file extension, the ActiveX server engine reads through the file from top to bottom, sending the HTML back to the browser and executing the script. See also IIS and ActiveX.
Short for Active Server Pages. ASP is a server-side scripting environment (not a scripting language) developed by Microsoft that allows embedding of scripting commands in HTML documents to create dynamic web pages. ASP is particularly useful for reading from and writing to databases in the background, and displaying the results on web pages. ASP comes with VBScript and JScript scripting engines, but third-party engines for Perl, REXX, and Python are also available.
A specification for a dynamically created webpage that utilizes ActiveX scripting -- usually VB Script or Jscript code. When a browser requests an ASP page, the Web server generates a page with HTML code and sends it back to the browser. ASP pages are similar to CGI scripts, but they enable Visual Basic programmers to work with familiar tools.
(ASP) A document that contains embedded server-side scripting. ASP-compatible Web servers can execute these scripts. On the client side, an ASP is a standard HTML document that can be viewed on any platform using any Web browser.
A Web-based application containing a combination of HTML, ActiveX components, and VBScript code. Active Server Pages can be used to dynamically provide different content for different users when viewed through each user's Web browser.
An Active Server Page (ASP) is an HTML page that includes one or more scripts that are processed on a Microsoft Web server. An ASP is somewhat similar to a server-side include or a common gateway interface (CGI) application in that all involve programs that run on the server, usually tailoring a page for the user. Typically, the script in the Web page at the server uses input received as the result of the user's request for the page to access data from a database and then builds or customizes the page on the fly before sending it to the requestor.
An Active Server Page (ASP) is an HTML page that includes one or more scripts (small embedded programs) that are processed on a Microsoft web server before the page is sent to the user.
A type of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) page (denoted by a .asp file name) that includes (small programs) that are processed on a before the web page is served to the users browser. ASP is a Microsoft technology that usually runs on Microsoft Internet Information Server (usually on Windows NT). The main use of such programs is to process information supplied by the user in an online form. A query may then be run to provide specific information to the customer such as delivery status on an order, or a personalised web page.