Volume 2

Volume 2, Number 17

March 11, 2004

10 pages606 K bytes

Internet and Web-Based Database Technology

Amjad A. Abdullat
West Texas A&M University
Canyon, Texas 79016

Abstract: The demand for data-intensive Web sites is driving the merger between Web sites and database technologies. Many E-commerce sites and other Internet applications provide Web interface to access information stored in database systems. It is common to use two-tier and three-tier client server architecture for Internet applications. In some cases, other variations of client server models are used. There are several approaches and technologies that could be utilized to deliver innovative web-based database solutions that help businesses meet the challenges of the new competitive business environment. This paper will discuss database technologies and concepts and the different approaches that are available for creating database-driven Web sites environment.

Keywords: Web database, Java Server Pages, Java, database connectivity, scripting languages, database interaction, E-commerce

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Recommended Citation: Abdullat (2004). Internet and Web-Based Database Technology. Information Systems Education Journal, 2 (17). http://isedj.org/2/17/. ISSN: 1545-679X. (A preliminary version appears in The Proceedings of ISECON 2003: §3232. ISSN: 1542-7382.)