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ASP.NET 2003

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Course Description

ASP.NET is a free technology that allows programmers to create dynamic web application.ASP.NET is the latest version of Microsoft's Active Server Pages technology (ASP).We can use any languages to develop our web application in ASP.NET. We can develop web application with high security, because ASP.NET implements OOPS concepts in developing application.

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  •   Author MentoringOpen or Close
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    Audience for this course

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    Job Role and Employment Opportunities

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    Prerequisite knowledge and skills for ASP.NET

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    Inspire with ASP.NET

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  •   Architecture of .NET FrameworkOpen or Close
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    What is .net Framework?

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    Various Components of .NET Framework

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    What are CTS and CLS?

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    Common Language Runtime (CLR) and JIT Compiler and GC

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  •   Various Controls in ASP.NETOpen or Close
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    Web Controls - TextBox,Label,Button

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    CheckBox and CheckBoxList controls

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    RadioButton and RadioButtonList Controls

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    DropDownList, ListBox and ImageButton

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    HyperLink & LinkButton

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    Validation Controls - RequireField Compare Validator

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    Range Validator and RegularExpression Validator

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    Validation Summary Custom Validator

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    Rich Controls

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    Data Access Controls

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    HTML Server Controls

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    User and Custom Controls

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    ASP.NET Object

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    Request Object Page Object

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    State Management

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    Cookies and Hidden Field

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    View State and Query String

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    Server Side Management

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  •   How to access data from ASP.NETOpen or Close
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    What is Database?

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    Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server2000

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    How to create Database in SQL Server 2000

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    How to create Database using Database Wizard

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    How to create Database using Query Analyzer?

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    Dropping Database

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    Creating Table with Primary key Constraints

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    Basic SQL Statements

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    Using ADO.NET

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    How does ADO.NET works?

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    Basic Data Providers

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    ADO.NET Objects

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    DataSet and SqlDataAdapter Objects

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    Simple Web application with data base transaction

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    About Web.Config File

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    Maintaining Session State in Web.Config File

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    Binding Data to the ListBox Control

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    Binding Data to Datagrid Controls

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    Binding Data to the Repeater Control

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    Developing Simple Web Application - Part 1

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    Developing Simple Web Application - Part 2

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Microsoft ASP.NET 2003 - Tips

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Basic tips for Enhancing ASP.NET pages?

 


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Three basic tricks for used in ASP.NET

 


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Binding Data to the DataList Control

 


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How to use Class file in ASP.NET

 


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How to Solve SQL Injection problem

 


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Introduction ASP.NET?

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.NET Framework and its Components

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ASP.NET Controls

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More about controls

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ASP.NET Objects

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SQL Server and ADO.NET

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Glossary

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Abstract

A class modifier that specifies that the class must be derived from to be instantiated

Adrotator

An ?ADRotator? control is used to ease the task of rotating the advertisement images in a web form.

Asml

An Abstract State Machine Language

Assembly

All of the files that comprise a .NET application, including the resource, security management, versioning, sharing, deployment information, and the actual MSIL code executed by the CLR.

Assembly-cache

A reserved area of memory used to store the assemblies of a .NET applications running on a specific machine

Assembly-manifest

A detailed description of the contents of an assembly. A manifest contains metadata describing the name, version, types, and resources in the assembly, and the dependencies upon other assemblies.

Attributes

Language constructs that are used by programmers to add additional information (i.e., metadata) to code elements (e.g., assemblies, modules, members, types, return values, and parameters) to extend their functionality