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Chapter 6: Data Manipulation with ADO.NET     
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Sample Chapter 6 from ASP.NET: Tips, Tutorials & Code. In this chapter you will learn the following: How to open a database connection and perform common database operations such as inserting, updating, and deleting database records. How to use a DataReader to represent records retrieved from a database table. How to use parameters and execute stored procedures from an ASP.NET page. How to create a memory resident database using DataSets and DataTables....

ASP.NET Developer's Cookbook, Chapter 13     
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ASP.NET provides several Web controls that make displaying data on a Web page easier than ever before. This chapter shows you how to take advantage of a process called data-binding to easily display data in a variety of formats using very little code. This chapter covers many of the most commonly used features of the Repeater, DataList, and DataGrid, including some fairly advanced DataGrid features. Using these data-bound Web controls, it is very easy to write data-driven Web Forms by just dragg...

A Fast-Track Guide to ASP.NET (Sample Chapter, Professional ASP.NET)     
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This chapter, Chapter 1 of Professional ASP.NET by Wrox Publishing, gives a whistle-stop tour of ASP.NET. It begins with a guide to how to install .NET, and how to configure and run the samples applications. Next it looks at Visual Studio.NET and gives a quick overview of how ASP.NET applications can be created using it. It then moves on to discuss the differences between ASP.NET and ASP 3.0, showing how ASP.NET has overcome many of the short comings of classic ASP, before briefly overviewing a ...

Chapter 2. Web Forms Internals     
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ASP.NET pages are dynamically compiled on demand when first required in the context of a Web application. Dynamic compilation is not specific to ASP.NET
pages (.aspx files); it also occurs with Web Services (.asmx files), Web user controls (.ascx files), HTTP handlers (.ashx files), and ASP.NET application files such as the global.asax file. But what does it mean exactly that an ASP.NET page is compiled? How does the ASP.NET runtime turn the source code of an .aspx file into a .NET Framework ...

ASP.NET Website Programming: Deploying the Site     
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The release of ASP.NET forces us to reconsider many preconceptions about the deployment of websites. For example, we need to get used to the possibility of running multiple copies of the same site on a single server, sharing different versions of identically named DLLs. Another thing that developers might find incredible is XCopy deployment, which allows a developer to deploy an application by simply copying files to the target location. There's no need to use the Registry or any complex COM reg...

Ch.12:Custom ASP.NET Server Controls     
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My most recent project makes heavy use of remote scripting (or what some people might call AJAX). As such, I wanted an easy way to write XML from JavaScript so that it could be sent to my server. Now, there might be a very simple way of doing this, but I don’t know it if there is. So I decided to write a JavaScript object to simplify the process of writing XML....

Chapter 1 ASP.NET Language Structure     
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ASP.NET presents a whole new approach to developing dynamic content for the Internet or your intranet. With ASP, the process was very linear.A page was requested, and your ASP code returned HTML tags either directly or indirectly through the Response object. You then received the visitor’s input through the Request object....

Chapter 4: Introduction to ASP.NET     
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What is ASP.NET? This may seem like a relatively simple question, but I assure you that it’s not.Because ASP.NET is part of the .NET framework, it is available on any server with the framework installed. In other words, it’s not an add-on anymore; ASP has become legitimate. ASP.NET is implemented in an assembly that exposes classes and objects that perform predetermined specific tasks. If you are familiar with “classic” ASP (the versions of ASP that preceded .NET), you’ll find that your approach...

Build Your Own ASP.NET Website Using C# & VB.NET(Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 4)     
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Before you can start building your database-driven Web presence, you must ensure you have the right tools for the job. In this first chapter, I’ll tell you how to find, download, and configure the .NET Framework. I’ll explain where the Web server is located and how to install and configure it. Next, we’ll walk through the installation of two Microsoft database solutions: Access and MSDE. Finally, we’ll create a simple ASP.NET page to make sure that everything’s running and properly configured....

Sample Chapter: Professional ASP.NET     
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When Microsoft announced ASP.NET at the Professional Developer's Conference (PDC) in July 2000, the book vendors quickly realized how awesome Microsoft's ASP.NET was in scope, and how powerful and useful it would become. Not surprisingly, a slew of books from many publishers have already found their way to the bookshelves, and, at the time of this writing, we're just in the second beta of ASP.NET!...

Chapter 6: Data Manipulation with ADO.NET     
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With a foreword by Microsoft's Mark Anders, ASP.NET: Tips, Tutorials, and Code consists of 19 chapters written by seven of today's leading experts in ASP.NET. These authors are professional developers who create ASP.NET applications, teach, run well-known ASP.NET Web sites, either within or outside of Microsoft. The tutorial framework for each chapter includes:
A brief introduction, explaining the concept.A code example, illustrating the concept.A piece-by-piece explanation of the code....

Accessing XML Documents     
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I was recently asked to review "ASP.NET Distributed Data Applications" from Wrox Press. Normally I tend to shy away from doing book reviews because in order to do it right, it usually means I have to read the book and that takes time! On this occasion, I decided to make an exception because the book is by Alex Homer and Dave Sussman. Both are excellent authors which bodes well for the book, but the real reason I'm going to spend the time is because I don't usually use a lot of books and yet I ba...

Chapter 3: Customizing the HTML Output     
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Almost a full year ago I (Scott Mitchell) began writing a regular article series about the ASP.NET DataGrid Web control. The series, titled An Extensive Examination of the DataGrid Web Control, as of February 2003, is comprised of 13 parts.In beginning an in-depth examination into the DataGrid, I realized that my online article series could easily span 50 to 100 "parts." I decided to turn this wealth of information into a book, one that focuses strictly on the DataGrid, DataList, and Repeater We...

Building Websites with the ASP.Net Community Starter Kit     
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Microsoft's ASP.NET Community Starter Kit (CSK) is a powerful, freely available application that allows you to quickly create a fully featured community-driven website, complete with article and news management, downloads, forums, and user handling. Supported and tested by thousands of developers in the ASP.NET community across the world, the Community Starter Kit offers you the luxury of a scalable and extensible architecture, and the ability to brand your own site. This book will take you insi...

ASP.NET Website Programming: Problem - Design - Solution : Deploying the Site     
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Now that we have developed our website, we need to deploy it – prepare and distribute the site so that users can access it. The release of ASP.NET forces us to reconsider many preconceptions about the deployment of websites. For example, we need to get used to the possibility of running multiple copies of the same site on a single server, sharing different versions of identically named DLLs. Another thing that developers might find incredible is XCopy deployment, which allows a developer to depl...

GDI+ Graphics Transformation     
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In Chapter 9 we delved into advanced 2D graphics programming. In this chapter we will explore GDI+ transformations. A transformation is a process that changes graphics objects from one state to another. Rotation, scaling, reflection, translation, and shearing are some examples of transformation. Transformations can be applied not only to graphics shapes, curves, and images, but even to image colors....

Chapter 20 – Hosting Multiple Web Applications     
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This chapter shows you how to secure ASP.NET applications in hosting scenarios, where multiple applications are hosted by the same Web server. Hosting scenarios for Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 are covered. The chapter explains a number of techniques to provide application isolation. This includes the use of multiple identities, IIS6 application pools on Windows Server 2003 and using .NET code access security to constrain applications and enforce isolation....

Infrastructure to develop a web application (web site)     
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This chapter explains what are the infrastructure you need to develop a web application. In the real world situation, a web server will be hosted on a secure server, located in a safe place and will be always connected to high speed internet. However, to develop a web application, you don't need to worry about security and internet connectivity. You can use your own development computer as the 'Web Server'....

Chapter 14: Custom and User Controls     
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Chapter 4 includes a chart of the five types of controls supported in ASP.NET: HTML controls, HTML server controls, web server controls, validation controls, and controls created by the developer. This chapter will discuss this last type of control, known as custom controls, and a subset of them called user controls....

Programming .NET Web Services     
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This comprehensive tutorial teaches programmers the skills they need to develop XML web services hosted on the Microsoft .NET platform. Programming .NET Web Services also shows you how to consume these services on both Microsoft and non-Windows clients, and how to weave them into well-designed and scalable applications. For those interested in building industrial-strength web services, this book is full of practical information and good old-fashioned advice....


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