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Old March 30th, 2005, 01:14 PM
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Couple question's for someone who could help me.

1) In asp.net what database's is used and what program create/s and run's them?
I have MS Access , and i also have MSDE1.0 so do i use access to create the database's and MSDE to run them or what?

2) Is asp.net farily easy to learn and catch onto with no prvious programming experiance? I ordered sams teach yourself in 21 day's , waiting on it's arrival.

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You can use either MSDE or Access. Most book examples use MSDE or SQL Server.

Yes, ASP.NET is very easy to learn. Especially if you had ordered a book like Beginning ASP.NET 1.1 from Wrox instead of the Sams book! (OK, I'm just poking some fun at my Sams friends. You see, Sams is a different publishing company and this is the Wrox web site for Wrox books. But I'm sure their book is fine too.)

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