What Languages are Supported on the NewTechLabs Server
We are a Microsoft shop. All of our hosting is performed on Windows 2000 and 2003 servers.
We do not support Perl or php. In the future, these services might be added however at this
time there is no schedule upgrade that will allow us to provide these services.
We currently only support Active Server Pages (.asp) and .net Framework.
These are components that allow web developers to create server-side scripted
templates that generate dynamic, interactive web server applications. By
embedding special programming codes in standard HTML pages, a user can
access data in a database, interact with page objects such as Active-X
or Java components, or create other types of dynamic output. The HTML
output by an Active Server Page is totally browser independent, which
means that it can be read equally well by Microsoft Explorer, Netscape
Navigator, or most other browsers.
Do you Support Front Page Extentions?
No, At this time we do not support Front Page extensions. In the future, we might
support this platform but, currently we only support FTP as the means to upload and manage
Can we Have a SQL DB?
Yes, There is a Charge for using our SQL server. the charge is an Additional $350 a year to host
a SQL database. We will provide you access to your DB Via an MMC conneciton so that your
can have full control of your Database. We can make a system DSN for your application if needed.
We Are currently running SQL 2000.
Can we access a MS Access Database?
Yes, All website have the ability to connect to an Access Database. we can setup a DSN for your
application or you can use the following code to connect to your DB
If you have any comments or questions please email
Support@NewTechLabs.com and we will be happy to assist you in any way that we can.
However, if You need us to write Code for you we will be happy to do so but our
hourly rate is $120.00 per hour.
dbPath = "server.MapPath("YourDataBase.mdb")"
ConnectString = "PROVIDER=MICROSOFT.JET.OLEDB.4.0;DATA SOURCE=" & dbPath
Set objConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
Set OpenDatabase = objConn
'then in subsequent pages that require the conn, simply:
Set Conn = OpenDataBase
Remember to always close your Database Connection after your finished using your connection
you can Use:
<% conn.close %>