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ASP, CGI and PHP Scripts and Record-Locking: What Every Webmaster Needs To Know
By: Sunil J. Tanna
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    ASP, CGI and PHP Scripts and Record-Locking: What Every Webmaster Needs To Know

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    Many of us install server-side (ASP, CGI or PHP) scripts on our web sites, and many of this scripts store data on the server.However, poorly designed scripts can experience performance
    problems and sometimes even data corruption on busy (and not so
    busy) web sites.

    If you're not a programmer, why should this matter to you?

    Answer: Even if you're just installing and using server-side
    scripts, you'll want to make sure that the scripts that you
    choose don't randomly break or corrupt your data.

    First, some examples of the types of scripts which store data on
    web servers include:

    (Of course, many scripts in each of these (and other) categories
    are well-designed, and run perfectly well even on very busy web

    1. Follow-up autoresponders typically store the list of
    subscribers to the autoresponder, as well where in the sequence
    of messages, each subscriber is. Examples of autoresponder

    2. Classified ad scripts store (at least) a list of all the
    classified ads placed by visitors. Examples of this type of

    3. Free for all links scripts store a list of all links posted by
    visitors. See some example scripts listed at:

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