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ASP.NET Website Programming: Problem - Design - Solution
Sample chapter from "ASP.NET Website Programming: Problem - Design - Solution" on deploying the web site. Describes in detail how you should deploy your site once you've finished it, discusses deployment of database and application components separately.
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Learn ADO.NET
Is the migration to ADO.NET keeping you up at night? This article will show you some techniques for transforming your ADO recordset into an ADO.NET dataset using Visual Basic .NET.
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Object Syntax Introduction
A Sample Chapter 5 from "Professional VB.NET 2nd Edition". Visual Basic has had powerful object-oriented capabilities since the introduction of version 4.0. VB.NET carries that tradition forward. VB.NET simplifies some of the syntax and greatly enhances these capabilities, and now supports the four major defining concepts required for a language to be fully object-oriented. This chapter will explore the creation and use of classes and objects in VB.NET.
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Introduction to Microsoft's .NET Platform by Nakul Goyal
This article briefly describes Microsoft.NET, ASP.NET, C#, VS.NET, VB.NET, ADO.NET, XML Web Services, VISUAL J#.
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Integrating ASP.NET XML Web Services with Classic ASP Applications
This article examines how to can create a Web service in .NET and then utilize it from a classic ASP page on your Web server, thereby providing an API that can be utilized by both your ASP.NET Web pages and classic ASP pages.
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Generating Text Images on the Fly with ASP.NET
Have you ever needed to have an image of some text generated dynamically on the fly? There are tons of possible applications for this type of thing, but prior to ASP.NET it was a relatively difficult thing to do. This article explains how to generate text images on the fly using ASP.NET. Source code available for download.
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Professional ASP.NET 1.0 2002 Edition : Exposing Web Services
Complete Online Chapter "Exposing Web Services" from Wrox Press book "Professional ASP.NET 1.0 2002 Edition". Topics covered include "Web Services", "SOAP Headers", "Synchronous vs Asynchronous" and "Data Caching".
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2 Ways of Displaying Data from an SQL Server Database using ADO.NET.
A step-by-step tutorial which explains 2 ways of displaying data from an SQL Server database using ADO.NET in an ASP.NET page. Every step has been explained in detail. Online demo and source code available for download.
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Using ASP.NET Code-Behind Without Visual Studio.NET
The author writes "One of the things that keeps coming up as a benefit of switching to ASP.NET is the ability to use code-behind to separate display code from application logic. In Visual Studio.NET, this is 'automagically' done for you. So what if you don't have VS.NET? Here's how you can implement code-behind using just a plain old text editor and the tools included in the .NET Framework... no VS.NET required!" Source codes available for download.
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Building XML Web Services Using C# and ASP.NET
The term "web service" has been used quite frequently lately: you hear people saying how good web services are and how they will dominate the future of software development, but what exactly are web services and how can we create them? This article shows us how to build two web services and also unravels all of the lingo surrounding web services.
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Sending e-mail with attachments from an ASP.NET page.
This article describes how to send emails with attachments using System.Web.Mail namespace from an ASP.NET page. Full source code available for download.
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A Practical Comparison of ADO and ADO.NET
Since "classic" ASP's humble beginnings, ADO data access classes and methods have been re-written to form ADO.NET. This article looks at the differences (in terms of classes, methods, and calling conventions) that exist between ADO and ADO.NET. It provides several practical examples that show us how to evolve from using ADO with ASP to using ADO.NET with C# and ASP.NET.
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Displaying XML Data in an ASP.NET page
The .NET framework provides the Dataset object which is designed to handle data abstractly independent of the data source. The DataSet can handle data from variety of sources like SQL, XML etc. In this article we'll show you how to bind a data grid control to data in an XML file using the DataSet class.
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File Uploading in ASP.Net Using C#.
File uploading has always been a tedious task for the web developer community. Either we have to use a third party component or write several lines of code. With the advent of ASP.Net file uploading has become a lot easier, importantly without the need for third party components. All we have to do is to use the ASP.Net HTML File control and write a few lines of C# code.
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Displaying Information about the ASP.NET Process
The author writes "With ASP.NET you can configure the 'ASP.NET engine' to automatically restart itself when certain criteria are met. For example, if the Web server has 100 requests queued up, you may wish to have the Web server restarted, assuming that some script or DLL is hanging the Web server. Additionally, you can set requirements on restarting the Web server on the memory usage, the total number of requests, or by the total time the Web server's run. This proactive approach was implemented by the ASP.NET team in order to increase the overall uptime of a Web site running ASP.NET: if the memory suddenly shoots through the roof, the Web server can be restarted, reigning in the memory usage and starting anew. The information regarding the life cycle of the current (and past) ASP.NET processes can be examined through the use of the ProcessModelInfo class." This article examines how to retrieve and present such information.
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Writing Your First ASP.NET Page
Given that all the prerequisites and ASP.NET are installed, this tutorial walks you through writing ASP.NET pages of your very own.
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Early Adopter HailStorm (.NET My Services) : Talking To HailStorm.
Complete online chapter "Talking To HailStorm" from "Early Adopter HailStorm (.NET My Services)". Provides in depth information on what is .NET My Services, what it provides and how to make use of it.
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Simple Data Access Using C# And ASP.NET
Accessing and manipulating data using ASP.NET is very easy and flexible. This article takes a look at some of the new .NET data access classes and methods, including the OleDB and SqlClient namespaces, as well as the DataReader, DataSet and DataSetCommand classes. The author tops this article off by creating a simple ASP.NET data access page with C# that retrieves data from a local Microsoft Access database.
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The ASP.NET Page Life Cycle
This article describes the life cycle of an ASP.NET page from initialization to unloading. Also shows the various methods to override ASP.NET server-side events. Source code available for download.
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The Evolution Of Microsoft: .NET Explained
Sure, you've heard about .NET... maybe you're a Visual Basic programmer for a small company, maybe you write SQL stored procedures for a huge company, or maybe you're just a Microsoft developer wanting to keep on the cutting edge of technology. This article will explain exactly what .NET is, how it works, how we (as developers) can benefit from it, its many new features, and other .NET related information.
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