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IIsWebServer
IIS Admin Base Object Information

The following table lists additional information required only for code that uses the IIS Admin Base Object.

Metabase identifier MD_DISABLE_SOCKET_POOLING
Default value DWORD_METADATA
User type IIS_MD_UT_SERVER

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Contenido:

OBJETIVO DE LOS CASOS PRÁCTICOS

CASO PRACTICO 1

1- Bienes de Cambio

2- Devengamiento

3- Bienes de Uso - Importaciones

4- Descuento de Documentos

5- Fondo Fijo

6- Conciliación Bancaria

7- Remuneración

CASO PRACTICO 2

1- Bienes de Cambio

2- Devengamiento

3- Bienes de Uso - Importaciones

4- Descuento de Documentos

5- Fondo Fijo

6- Conciliación Bancaria

7- Remuneración

 

 

Active Server Pages Guide

Active Server Pages Guide

Welcome to the Active Server Pages Guide. This section provides detailed information about creating ASP pages and developing Web applications. It also describes the special event methods and interfaces available for creating components for access by ASP or ISAPI extensions. In this section you will find information on how to store your custom IIS configuration data and how you can use built-in objects to manipulate that data. Finally, the guide provides a library of script and program samples demonstrating a variety of ways to interact with IIS.

This section contains:

bulletActive Server Pages: Provides an introduction to creating Active Server Pages and demonstrates most of the key concepts for understanding the IIS programming platform.
bulletDeveloping Web Applications: Outlines concepts of how IIS fits into the Microsoft architecture for distributed applications, as well as providing specific details for designing and implementing applications for deployment through HTTP.
bulletAdministering IIS Programmatically: Provides overviews and reference material to help you manage the IIS configuration programmatically.
bulletASP Built-in Objects: Describes the properties and methods of the ASP Built-in Objects.
bulletInstallable Components for ASP: Outlines a variety of components you can install to work with ASP.
bulletScript Reference: Contains miscellaneous reference material, including the @ directives and Global.asa references.
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