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Programming Microsoft® Visual Basic® 6.0 by Francesco Balena

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The ASP Object Model

As you've seen, the basic concepts of ASP programming are simple, especially if you're already familiar with scripting and ADO programming. To build complete and effective ASP applications, you only need to learn how to use the ASP object model, which isn't that complex, at least compared with other object hierarchies you've mastered.

The ASP object model, which is outlined in Figure 20-5, consists of just six main objects, which I'll describe in depth in the next sections. As you can see in the figure, this model isn't a hierarchy because there are no direct relationships among the six objects.

The Request Object

The Request object represents the data coming from the client browser. It exposes six properties (QueryString, Form, ...

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