Produce compiled HTML Help describing the use of anchors, forms, session and application variables, input query strings, redirections and cookies. ASPHelp processes scripts independent of the paths of execution allowing all paths to be included.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:29
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
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Description: Document your ASP scripts easily with ASPHelp. Produce compiled HTML Help documents that can be given to other developers, clients and quality assurance to describe your application in detail. ASPHelp will process each script looking at the cookies, forms, query strings, anchors, redirections, session and application variables. Additional processing options include, page level method documentation, object usage and with linkage to SQLHelp and DBDocumentor, the SQL used to build the web page.
The result is then compiled giving a simplified view on the project that documents all the potential paths of execution, not just those that can be seen using spiders.
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