The World Wide Web has been primarily constructed from static HyperText Markup Language pages. These pages generally contain text, graphics, and hyperlinks that give Net users the ability to search and view information easily with the click of a mouse. This chapter describes a database-enabled application using the Internet Database Connector (IDC) technology. Building this application will require no traditional programming skills and relies only on minimal coding statements. The Web browser requests an IDC page, which happens to be a text-based page. The server intercepts the request and sends the Structured Query Language statement included in the IDC file to the Open Database Connectivity data source defined in the IDC file. Any directory that will be accessed by the Web server has to be defined in the administration section of the Web server. This allows the Web server to know about the directory and allows the developer to set some parameters for each directory.