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Sams Teach Yourself ASP. Net in 24 Hours

ISBN-10: 0672321262

ISBN-13: 9780672321269

Edition: 2002

Authors: Joe Martin, Brett Tomson

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This volume provides an easy-to-use framework for beginner level programmers who want to utilise the power of ASP.NET. It introduces data manipulation, security, deployment and profiling/optimisation through the use of concise explanations.
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List price: $29.99
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Sams
Publication date: 8/27/2001
Pages: 480
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.738

Joseph E. Martin is the director of the Canadian Business History program, adjunct professor of Business Strategy, and Executive in Residence at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.

Introduction
Setting the Stage for ASP.NET
Getting Started with ASP.NET
What Is ASP.NET?
Is ASP.NET Browser Specific?
What Programming Languages Can Be Used with ASP.NET?
What Is Needed to Run ASP.NET?
Configuring Internet Information Server 5.0
Installing the .NET Framework SDK
Presenting Internet Information Services
Choosing Your Hosting Environment
Who's Out? Who's In?
IIS on Windows 2000
Choosing Your Development Environment
Just What Do I Need?
Creating Your First Web Site
Advanced Options for Windows Server Computers
Creating a Virtual Directory
First Web Page
Why Use ASP.NET Over Other Technologies
CGI Applications
ISAPI Applications
ASP Applications
ASP.NET Applications
Introduction to Visual Basic.NET
Visual Basic.NET
Working with ASP.NET
ASP.NET File Architecture
Namespaces
The System Namespace
The Microsoft Namespace
Using Namespaces on Your ASP.NET Pages
Programming Languages in ASP.NET
Development Tools
Putting Together the ASP.NET Page
ASP.NET Page Syntax
Jumping into Visual Studio
ASP.NET Syntax Elements
Page Directives
Code-Declaration Blocks
Code-Render Blocks
Server-Side Comments
HTML-Control Syntax
Custom Server-Control Syntax
Server-Control Event-Binding Syntax
Data-Binding Expression Syntax
Server-Side Object Tag Syntax
Server-Side Include Directive Syntax
Creating a User Interface with ASP.NET Web Forms
An Introduction to Web Forms
Web Forms Code Model
Web Forms Page Processing
Web Form Lifecycle
State Management
Web Forms Event Model
Using Web Forms with Visual Studio.NET
Creating a Web Application
Adding Web Forms to a Web Application
Web Forms Server Controls
What Are Server Controls?
HTML Server Controls
ASP.NET Server Controls
Validation Controls
User Controls
Using HTML Server Controls
Programming Event Handlers for HTML Server Controls
Using ASP.NET Server Controls
Using Visual Studio.NET
Programming Event Handlers for ASP.NET Server Controls
Cascading Style Sheets
Data-Binding TextBox Controls
The AutoPostBack Property
The ASP.NET Calendar Control
The ASP.NET DropDownList Control
The ASP.NET CheckBox Control
The ASP.NET RadioButton Control
The ASP.NET Multiline TextBox Control
Web Forms Validation
Introduction to Web Forms Validation
Using Validation Controls
Types of Validation Controls
Putting It All Together
ASP.NET Application Considerations
ASP.NET Web Applications
What Are ASP.NET Web Applications?
Lifecycle of a Web Application
The Global.asax File
State Management
Application State Data
Session State Data
Session Tracking
State Management Examples
Security
Security Overview
ASP.NET Data Flow
ASP.NET Security Architecture
ASP.NET Subtags
ASP.NET Authentication and Authorization
Secure Connections with SSL
Requesting a Certificate for SSL
Obtaining a Certificate from a Certificate Authority
Incorporating E-mail into Your Application
Setting Up SMTP
Sending E-mail
The System.Web.Mail Namespace
Creating a Simple E-mail Form
Sending an HTML E-mail
Attaching Files to an E-mail
Reading and Writing Files on the Web Server
Classes Exposed
The File Class
The FileStream Class
The FileMode, FileAccess, and FileShare Enumerations
The StreamReader Class
The StreamWriter Class
The Directory Class
Sample Application
Handling Errors
Exception Handling Basics
Unstructured Exception Handling
The On Error Statement
The Err Object
Structured Exception Handling
The Exception Class
Common Exceptions
Throwing Exceptions
The ApplicationException Class
Custom Exceptions
Debugging Your ASP.NET Applications
What Is Tracing?
Enabling Page-Level Tracing
Enabling Application-Level Tracing
The Trace.axd Application
Using the SDK Debugger
Where Is the Debugger?
Attaching to the ASP.NET Worker Process
Loading Source Files
Debugger Windows
Supplying Your Application with Data
Using Databases
What Is a Database?
When Do I Need to Use a Relational Database?
Tables
Structured Query Language
Server-Side Data Access
ADO.NET Overview
Defining Database Access Using ADO.NET
Reading from Database Tables
Connecting to a Database
Microsoft SQL Server Databases
Other Data Sources
OleDbCommand
Executing SQL to Retrieve Data
Displaying the Results with Data Binding
Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Database Records
Using Parameterized SQL Statements
The SQLParameters Class
The SQLParameter Class
Inserting Records
Deleting Records
Updating Records
Examining the ADO.NET Dataset
Data Reading Objects in ADO.NET
The DataSet Object
The DataTable Object
The DataColumn Object
The DataRow Object
The DataRelation Object
Stored Procedures and Functions
Benefits of Stored Procedures and Functions
Modular Programming
Faster Execution
Reduced Network Traffic
Enhanced Application Security
Stored Procedures
Designing Stored Procedures
Executing Stored Procedures
Functions
Types of Functions
Determinism of a Function
Designing Functions
Executing Functions
Using Advanced Database Techniques
What Is XML?
Well-Formed and Valid
Benefits of XML
ADO.NET and XML
The DataSet Class
The XMLDocument Class
The XMLDataDocument Class
Using ADO.NET and XML
Retrieving Data and Saving As XML
Retrieving Data in an XML Document
Retrieving Data from XML, Modifying It, and Saving It as XML
Extending ASP.NET
Web Services
What Are Web Services?
What Are Web Methods?
Creating a Web Service
Accessing a Web Service
Using wsd1.exe to Generate a Web Service Proxy Class
Using the Web Service in a Client Application
Data Access Using Web Services
Developing a Web Service Consumer
Using Session and Application Objects in Web Services
Configuration, Localization, and Deployment
Configuration
What Is a Configuration File?
Declaration
Settings
Retrieving a Configuration
Working in Other Languages
Internationalization Overview
Setting Culture and Encoding
Localizing ASP.NET Applications
Working with Resource Files
Deploying ASP.NET Applications
Optimizing and Profiling ASP.NET Applications
Optimizing ASP.NET Applications
Optimization Features of the .NET Framwork
High-Performance ASP.NET Applications
Monitoring and Profiling ASP.NET Applications
ASP.NET Runtime Profiling
Using Windows NT/2000 System Monitor
Web Workshop
The Idea
The Home Page
The Database
The ContestData Class
The Join Page
User Server Controls
The UserInfo User Control
The UserAdmin Page
My User Profile Page
The Contestinfo User Control
The Contest Admin Page
The Contest Activity Page
The ContestList User Control
List Contests Page
List My Contests Page
List Available Contests Page
Index