An Introduction to Entity Framework for Absolute Beginners.

Introduction This article introduces Entity Framework to absolute beginners. The article is meant for developers who are primarily using ADO.NET to write their data access layers.  Many experienced developers will find this article very basic but since the article is written from the perspective of beginners, I’ve tried to keep things simple. Background ADO.NET is […]

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Deployment in .NET

There are two categories of ASP.Net deployment: Local deployment – in this case the entire application is contained within a virtual directory and all the contents and assemblies are contained within it and available to the application. Global deployment – in this case, assemblies are available to every application running on the server. There are […]

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About Preprocessing Directives in ASP.NET

ASP.Net directives are instructions to specify optional settings, such as registering a custom control and page language. These settings describe how the web forms (.aspx) or user controls (.ascx) pages are processed by the .Net framework. The syntax for declaring a directive is: <%@ directive_name attribute=value [attribute=value] %> In this section, we will just introduce […]

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Details of Configuration Files in ASP.NET

Configuration Files in ASP.NET The behavior of an ASP.Net application is affected by different settings in the configuration files: machine.config web.config The machine.config file contains default and the machine-specific value for all supported settings. The machine settings are controlled by the system administrator and applications are generally not given access to this file. An application […]

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How to set Hit Counter in ASP.NET ?

Hit Counter in ASP.NET Method 1: Here are many ways to count number of active visitors on your ASP.NET website. They differ in technique and accuracy. here is the simplest approach that delivers acceptable accuracy when configured optimally: Step 1: – first we need to add these lines to our global.asax file (if your website do not […]

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