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Displaying Information about the ASP.NET Process  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....

The ASP.NET Page Life Cycle  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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An Overview of ASP+  An Overview of ASP+

 Well by now many of you have probably heard, or at least caught wind of, the fact that the next version of ASP is not going to be ASP 4.0. It is instead going to be called ASP+, and what a difference that plus sign makes. This article describes the new ASP in a great detail. Topics include: The New ASP+ Infrastructure, Increased Performance, Greater Scalability, Quicker and Easier Development, Easier Manageability, Improved Security, Language Support, and Web Services....

Introduction to ASP+  Introduction to ASP+

 This is a sample chapter from `A preview of Active Server Pages+` by Wrox Press. Main topics include: Introduction to ASP+ and the Evolution of ASP, The Next Generation Web Services Framework, How is ASP+ Different from ASP?, Getting Started with ASP+, and more....

ASP to ASP+ Migration  ASP to ASP+ Migration

 Microsoft is set to release an exciting upgrade to ASP later in 2000. This is a major upgrade unlike the minor changes from ASP 2.0 to 3.0. Unlike past upgrades, however, this one will not be painless. When they designed ASP+, Microsoft had to make the hard decision occasionally to break backward compatibility in the interest of improved functionality and features. Before embarking on the inevitableand not painlessmigration to ASP+, it`s best to know what compatibility issues you`ll have to deal with. This article covers Compatibility Issues, API changes, Semantic Changes, VB Language Changes, and more....
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Coding in ASP+  Coding in ASP+

 This article discusses the benefits of using server controls in ASP+ page and how it differs from using HTML control in an ASP page....

What is Active Server Pages.net?  What is Active Server Pages.net?

 This is an overview of ASP+. Explains what it is, what it can do, the difference between ASP and ASP+, and other properties of ASP+....

 "Includelets" in ASP.NET

 This tutorial describes how to use Classic ASP page layout include files in your ASP.NET pages. Full source code provided....
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Professional ASP.NET : Exposing Web Services  Professional ASP.NET : Exposing Web Services

 This is the complete online chapter `Exposing Web Services` from `Professional ASP.NET` by Wrox Press. The chapter provides in depth information about creating and consuming Web Services using ASP.NET....

Get started coding C# in ASP .Net  Get started coding C# in ASP .Net

 This 5-part article introduces you to the basics of coding C# in ASP .Net. Some of topics covered: the classic "Hello World" example in .Net form, Adding class and using Namespaces, Code a Web form in .Net and see how you can create flexible server-client interaction, How controls can be used to manipulate data from your Web forms, and Server-side data access in .Net....

Sending E-Mails using ASP.NET (Part I)  Sending E-Mails using ASP.NET (Part I)

 In part I of this tutorial, learn how to send simple e-mails (both text and HTML) using ASP.NET....

ASP.NET Web Services : Asynchronous Programming  ASP.NET Web Services : Asynchronous Programming

 A complete online chapter "Asynchronous Programming" from "Professional ASP.NET Web Services". Provides in depth information on how and when to implement syncronous and asynchronous processing using web services....

ASP.NET: An Introduction  ASP.NET: An Introduction

 ASP.NET is not just the next version of ASP: it`s the next era of web development. ASP.NET allows us to use a fully featured programming language (such as C# or VB.NET) to build web applications easily. This article talks about the fundamentals of ASP.NET and some of its powerful features such as web services, the MSDN library and several learning resources....

The Evolution Of Microsoft: .NET Explained  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....

Simple Data Access Using C# And ASP.NET  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....

Early Adopter HailStorm (.NET My Services) : Talking To HailStorm.  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....

Writing Your First ASP.NET Page  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....

Displaying XML Data in an ASP.NET page  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....

A Practical Comparison of ADO and ADO.NET  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....

Building XML Web Services Using C# and ASP.NET  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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