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Professional Site Server 3.0

by Nick Apostolopoulos, Steve Edens, Mike Kendzierski, Stephen Howard, Steven Livingstone, Craig McQueen, Marco Tabini, Alex Toussaint, Peter Watt

ISBN 1861002696 / 9781861002693 / 1-86100-269-6
Publisher Wrox Press
Language English
Edition Softcover
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Book summary

While Microsoft Site Server is a powerful and productive way to build commerce sites, the breadth of the suite's features make it tough to get an immediate handle on the product. Professional Site Server 3.0 is a definitive guide that serves as both a tutorial to Site Server's features as well as an implementation guide.

The authors--a group of experts inside and outside of Microsoft--address all of the installation issues, followed by advice on how to manage content and users. Case studies show how to integrate various Web technologies with Site Server and how to deploy public and private commerce sites.

Each section is well organised and includes plenty of code examples and architectural diagrams. The writing isn't cluttered with formatting gimmicks but is a straightforward presentation of essential material. Though developers of all stripes should be able to handle the content, the book is best suited to those already experienced in Microsoft IIS and ASP development.

If you develop Microsoft Web sites you should investigate Site Server. If you use this powerful tool, you should definitely have this guide on your shelf. --Stephen W. Plain,

Topics covered: Server/network configuration, security, personalisation, membership, administration, content management, site analysis, online storefronts, pipelines and business-to- business solutions. [via]