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</a> <a href="viewflightscephaloniaasp"> <img alt="Image without an 'alt' attribute" src="viewflights1gif"/> </a> <a href="viewflightspelionasp"> <img alt="Image without an 'alt' attribute" src="viewflights1gif"/> </a> <br/> <a href="viewpricesasp"> <img alt="Image without an 'alt' attribute" src="viewprices1gif"/> </a><br/> <do label="submit" type="accept"> <go href="addtolistasp" method="get"> <postfield name="propertyid" value="$propertyid"/> </go> </do> </p> <p align="center"> ----</p> <p> <%=RS("Description")%> </p> </card> </wml>
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This now gives a rough cut or intermediate stage of code After final tweaking and removal of redundant image code, we wind up with the final version:
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<% @language=VBScript %> <% Session("Property") = "Agamemnon" set RS = ServerCreateObject("ADODBRecordset") RSActiveConnection = "dsn=tapestry;" RSSource = "SELECT property*, OfferPropertiesOfferID " & _ "FROM property LEFT JOIN OfferProperties ON " & _ "propertyPropertyID = OfferPropertiesPropertyID " & _ "WHERE (((propertyPropertyName)='" & Session("Property") & "'));" RSCursorType = 0 RSCursorLocation = 2 RSLockType = 3 RSOpen %> <%ResponseContentType = "text/vndwapwml"%> < xml version="10" > <!DOCTYPE wml PUBLIC "-//WAPFORUM//DTD WML 11//EN"
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"http://wwwwapforumorg/DTD/wml_11xml"> <wml> <card title="Properties"> <do type="prev"> <prev /> </do> <%if not RSEOF then%> <p> <do label="submit" type="accept"> <go href="addtolistasp" method="get"> <postfield name="propertyid" value="<%=RS("PropertyID")%>"/> </go> </do> </p> <p> <%=RS("ShortDescription")%> </p> <%end if %> </card> </wml>
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A page from the web site is shown in Figure 10-2, and the output from the WML version looks like Figure 10-3 Although it is a long way from the original web page, it should still be enough to intrigue the user looking for a holiday in Greece
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As you can see, it might be tedious to convert from HTML to WML, but it is not particularly difficult in theory You should now be able to tackle the majority of HTML sites without a great deal of difficulty As mentioned earlier, the hardest part will be solving navigation problems, chiefly for sites based on framesets
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Figure 10-2
Web site screen capture
Figure 10-3
WML version
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M-Commerce and Security
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WAP: A Beginner s Guide
ithout some kind of secure method of exchanging money via computers, and proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that the participants in the transaction are who they say they are, it would be impossible to buy or sell anything at all over the Internet The entire network would be useful for basic communication and entertainment only Since our entire livelihood as developers depends in a very real sense on the security of the transactions that we generate, it is a good idea to know a little about the principles involved
TYPES OF SECURITY AND WHY IT IS NECESSARY
Let s look at an overview of security and the different levels of security required for the different kinds of things that you might normally do every day, and for some kinds of things that are not of the everyday variety For example, if you were asking a question about the weather, you wouldn t particularly care at all who overheard you If you were having an extramarital affair, you would be quite concerned about who had access to your communication lines, but only really concerned about a very limited number of people If you were developing a company strategy that took sales away from a competitor, you would be very concerned about who could see that strategy, and you would be prepared to take serious measures to keep it out of the public domain After all, if the competitor were to find out your strategy from any source, they could take steps to outflank you and even increase their sales at your expense If you were attempting to hide certain facts from the population of a country in order to manipulate them into making certain decisions for whatever purpose (this is called politics), or if you were attempting to manipulate a foreign power into taking a certain course of action for trade or military purposes (which is politics again, but known as foreign policy), you would be extremely concerned indeed about who was able to access the relevant data This is why every government on the planet has the equivalent of the UK s Official Secrets Act In a time of war, the last thing you would want at all would be the enemy gaining access to your overall strategies and current troop deployments, and you would be quite justified in becoming extremely paranoid about security And unfortunately in the current society, criminality has reached a point where ordinary citizens have to worry about whether their credit cards and personal details have been obtained by someone who will use them without their consent The Japanese have a saying that business is war, and they operate accordingly The individual or group that has the most data about their competitor, or opponent, or enemy, can, if they are reasonably intelligent, win the day Therefore, it is realistic to say that some data has an actual value and needs to be protected just as you would protect money or other valuables
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