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Custom Errors in IIS 5 or 6 using Classic ASP or ASP.NET     
Total Hits: 120  |  Today: 0Author: Steve Schofield      Rating:  
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This article covers how to setup and use the Custom Errors options offered in IIS (Internet Information Server) as well as using ASP.NET to track 404 and 500 errors specifically. For all types of users, receiving a "404: webpage not found" or a "500: internal server error" is often frustrating. From the end-user experience, this could potentially have the visitor not come back to your website. This article introduces a technique that captures these errors and sends them to a database....

Editing ASP.NET Configuration Files     
Total Hits: 19  |  Today: 0Author: MSDN      Rating:  
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ASP.NET configuration data is stored in XML text files, each named Web.config. Web.config files can appear in multiple directories in ASP.NET applications. Each Web.config file applies configuration settings to its own directory and to all of the child directories below it. Settings in child directories can optionally override or modify settings that are specified in parent directories....

Create and Use a Custom Config File     
Total Hits: 188  |  Today: 0Author: Steven Archibald      Rating:  
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This article documents how to easily create a separate custom .config file for your ASP.NET application, and how to retrieve the custom configuration information using the existing framework ConfigurationSectionHandler....

Custom Errors in IIS 5 or 6 using Classic ASP or ASP.NET     
Total Hits: 143  |  Today: 0Author: Steve Schofield      Rating:  
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This article covers how to setup and use the Custom Errors options offered in IIS (Internet Information Server) as well as using ASP.NET to track 404 and 500 errors specifically. For all types of users, receiving a "404: webpage not found" or a "500: internal server error" is often frustrating. From the end-user experience, this could potentially have the visitor not come back to your website. This article introduces a technique that captures these errors and sends them to a database....

What's New In IIS 6.0? (Part 1 of 2)     
Total Hits: 233  |  Today: 0Author: Chris Peiris      Rating:  
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Windows Server 2003 ships with the latest version of Internet Information Server (IIS), version 6.0, redesigned to provide better reliability and more flexibility in configuring application environments. The new version includes improvements to the core functionality and services, administration, security, and performance....

The Importance of a Domain     
Total Hits: 250  |  Today: 0Author: PACKT Publishing      Rating:  
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This article explains the evolution of domains, their functionality, and how to handle them with the Active Directory. It is taken from chapter one of the book Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Design and Implementation: Creating, Migrating, and Merging Networks by John Savill (PACKT Publishing, 2005; ISBN: 1904811086)....

Rendering to Firefox from ASP.NET     
Total Hits: 71  |  Today: 0Author: Bart Gerardi      Rating:  
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In this article, Bart Gerardi discusses some of the drawbacks, gotchas, and features of Firefox that ASP.NET developers should be aware of, to prevent any negative customer experiences. Many of these gotchas result from the fact that ASP.NET incorrectly fails to recognize Firefox as an uplevel browser; the article will examine in detail some of the consequences that result from this before explaining how to modify the ASP.NET configuration to fix most (though not all) of the problems. (Although ...

Storing Database Connection String In Web.config     
Total Hits: 20  |  Today: 0Author: Bipin Joshi      Rating:  
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Many times our application requires certain things like connection string, application wide parameters to be stored external to the application. The traditional way to do this was INI files or registry entries. However, when you are talking about web application both of the possibilities are tedious as they have problems of their own. ASP.NET provides a cool way to do that. You can store such values in web.config file in the section. This code illustrates this....

Creating Custom Configuration Sections     
Total Hits: 32  |  Today: 0Author: Bipin Joshi      Rating:  
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ASP.NET allows you to store your own configuration settings in the section of web.config file. This section allows you to store settings as key-value pairs. This works well if you have few key-value pairs. However, if you have many such configuration settings then it becomes bit difficult to categorically store the values. Good part is that ASP.NET allows you to define your own sections to store such settings. In this article we will see how to create your own configuration section...

Creating your own web.config section handler     
Total Hits: 23  |  Today: 0Author: Bipin Joshi      Rating:  
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In this article I will show how to create your own section handler that can handle your custom sections....

How to rewrite URL in Global.asax file using VB.Net.     
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Application_BeginRequest method of Global.asax file can be used to rewrite the URL of the current page. This code snippet shows you how to achieve this goal....

Asp .net Web.config Configuration File     
Total Hits: 368  |  Today: 0Author: AzamSharp      Rating:  
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This article deals with the Web Config file. Explains how to utilize and configure this file....

How To Create the Web.config File for an ASP.NET Application     
Total Hits: 70  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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This step-by-step article describes how to create the Web.config file for an ASP.NET application. The .NET Framework, and ASP.NET in particular, uses XML-formatted .config files to configure applications. This practice is a departure from conventional registry and metabase configuration mechanisms. There is currently no Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in or other Microsoft-provided administration tool that you can use to create and to modify .config files.
This article describes how t...

Notify the Unhandled Exceptions to Webmaster by Email     
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Unhandled Exceptions are the Exceptions that are not caught using try catch block or a page level error handler. Sounds like you got some free testing tool for your web site right! In this article we will see how to send an email to the webmaster whenever any user browsing your website/web application gets an unhandled exception....

Using Application Configuration Files in .NET     
Total Hits: 41  |  Today: 0Author: CodeGuru      Rating:  
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Learn about using application configuration files in Microsoft .NET and the concept of application configuration files and the native support the Microsoft .NET Framework provides....

ASP+ Configuration, Deployment, and Versioning     
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This talk will disuss the new configration, deployment, and versioning features of ASP+ and the .NET platform. Much has changed for the better with ASP+. For example, configuration information is now stored in an XML text file and goes hand-in-hand with the new XCOPY or FTP deployment model. What about .dlls you ask? There is no more registration (regsvr32.exe) required and cleaning up the application is as simple as del *.*. These are just some of the topics and details we'll be covering...

ASP.NET Application and Global.asax     
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This article explains the ASP.NET application class, global.asax and using context in an application....

INFO: ASP.NET 1.0 Is Supported Only in IIS 5.0 Isolation Mode on IIS 6.0     
Total Hits: 431  |  Today: 0Author: MSDN      Rating:  
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The Microsoft .NET Framework supports side-by-side execution of multiple versions of ASP.NET on the same computer. Currently, there are two versions of ASP.NET, version 1.0 and version 1.1.

You can run Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 in one of two possible modes on Microsoft Windows Server 2003, IIS 5.0 isolation mode and Worker Process isolation mode. ASP.NET version 1.1 is supported in both modes of IIS 6.0. However, ASP.NET version 1.0 is supported only in IIS 5.0 isolation mod...

HOW TO: Restrict ASP.NET to Specific Processors in a Multiprocessor System     
Total Hits: 382  |  Today: 0Author: MSDN      Rating:  
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This step-by-step article describes how you can restrict ASP.NET to use specific processors in a multiprocessor system. You can configure ASP.NET applications to use specified processors in a multiprocessor system. This is useful to control the overall performance effect that Web applications may have on a server. When you restrict multiple ASP.NET applications to certain processors on a single server, you limit the opportunity for an application to affect the performance of another application....

HOW TO: Create the Web.config File for an ASP.NET Application     
Total Hits: 582  |  Today: 0Author: MSDN      Rating:  
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This step-by-step article describes how to create the Web.config file for an ASP.NET application. The .NET Framework, and ASP.NET in particular, uses XML-formatted .config files to configure applications. This practice is a departure from conventional registry and metabase configuration mechanisms. There is currently no Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in or other Microsoft-provided administration tool that you can use to create and to modify .config files....



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