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Reuse in ASP.NET Across Domain     
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ASP.NET offers a wide array of advantages over Classic ASP, which will compel the millions of ASP developers to move to ASP.NET in a hurry. However, as with any new technology, there are tradeoffs....

Applying Domain-Driven Design and Patterns     
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This book talks about building enterprise software. That is, designing applications with robustness, scalability and maintainability in mind. The approach took by Jimmy Nilsson is focusing on the business model. The techniques presented in the book combine Object-Oriented Programming with Patterns and tools typical of agile methodologies, such as TDD (Test Driven Development) and Refactoring....

Application Domains in .NET     
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An Application Domain is a light-weight process. It is a logical and physical unit of isolation built around every .NET application by the Common Language Runtime (CLR) and contains its own set of code, data and configuration settings. Multiple application domains can exist simultaneously in the same process. The default application domain is created when the Common Language Runtime is first loaded into a process. From then on, the CLR loads an assembly implicitly into an Application Domain ...

FIX: ASP.NET Does Not Work with the Default ASPNET Account on a Domain Controller     
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By default, ASP.NET runs its worker process (Aspnet_wp.exe) with a weak account (the local machine account, which is named ASPNET) to provide a more secure environment. On a domain controller or on a backup domain controller, all user accounts are domain accounts and are not local machine accounts. Therefore, Aspnet_wp.exe fails to start because it cannot find a local account named "localmachinename\ASPNET". To provide a valid user account on the domain controller, you must specify an explicit a...



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