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Asp .net folders and web.config

Asp .net folders and web.config

Asp .net folders and web.config



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    • Overview - ASP.NET Folders • ASP.NET 2.0 uses a file-based approach. • we can add files and folders using the Add Items option.
    • • Can add as many files and folders as we like. • Dynamically compile them when required. i.e, uses a predefined folder structure containing the files, to compile them dynamically.
    • Advantages of ASP.NET Application Folders • Maintain resources in an organized manner. • All files and folders are accessible through the application. • We can add as many files as required • Files are compiled dynamically when required
    • Different Types of Application Folder • • • • • • • App_Code Folders Bin Folders App_Data Folders App_Theme Folders App_Browser Folders App_WebReference Folders Resources Folders – App_LocalResource Folders – App_GlobalResource Folders
    • App_Code Folder • App_Code Folder stores classes, typed data sets, etc. • All items stored in App_Code are automatically accessible throughout the application. • If we store any class files (like .cs or .vb) it compiles them automatically.
    • • We can add an App_Code folder, by Solution File → right click → Add ASP.NET Folder → App_Code.
    • • ASP.NET allows you to add an App_Code folder only once. • Can add new items like classes, text and xml files into the App_Code folder.
    • • Items entered in App_Code folder is accessible throughout the application. • If we store different classes like .cs or .vb in the same folder. it will give following compilation error:
    • • We have to create separate folders for C# and for VB or other classes.
    • Bin Folder • Contains compiled assemblies (.dll files) for controls, components, or other code • Can access those as a reference from anywhere of our web application. • ASP.NET recognizes the presence of DLLs inside the Bin Folder. • Keeping .pdb files inside Bin folder helps us in debugging. • Main limitation-scope is limited to the current application. • They cannot access any code outside of current web application.
    • App_Data Folder • • • • Used as a data storage for the web application. Can store files such as .mdf, .mdb, and XML. Manages all of your application's data. Any file you place in it won't be downloadable.
    • App_Theme Folder • to give your web sites a consistent look. • When we add an App_Theme folder, a subfolder with name Theme1 will be automatically created. • An App_Theme folder can contain two subfolders; – one for CSS files. – other for skin files.
    • • We could select the theme from aspx page.
    • App_Browser Folder • App_Browser folder contains browser information files (.browser files). • used to identify the browser and browser capabilities.
    • App_WebReference Folder • Contain references to any web services. • Contains reference contract files (.wsdl files), schemas (.xsd files), and discovery document files (.disco and .discomap files) that let you create a Web reference
    • Resources Folders • The main purpose of resource files is localization of the web application. • There are two type of resources: – Local resources – Global resources
    • App_LocalResource Folder • Contains resources (.resx and .resources files) that are associated with a specific page, user control, or master page in an application.
    • App_GlobalResource Folder • can be read from any page or code that is anywhere in the web site. • We should use theApp_GlobalResource folder when we need a single resource for multiple web pages.
    • web.config • ASP.NET Web.config allows you to define or revise the configuration settings. • Web.config files are stored in XML format. • Can have any number of Web.config files for an application. • All the Web.config files inherit the root Web.config file available at the following location. i.e, systemrootMicrosoft.NETFrameworkversionNu mberCONFIGWeb.config location
    • • IIS is configured in such a way that it prevents the Web.config file access from the browser. • The changes in Web.config don’t require the reboot of the web server.
    • Hierarchy of the Web.config file.
    • system.web •Compilation Settings •Page Settings
    • Custom Error Settings Example error status code: •400 Bad Request •401 Unauthorized •404 Not Found •408 Request Timeout Location Settings
    • HttpHandler Settings HttpModule Settings Authentication Settings
    • Authorization Settings Membership Provider Settings
    • Role Provider Settings
    • connectionStrings • allows you to store multiple connection strings that are used in the application.
    • ConfigSections • Used to create your own custom configuration section that can be used with the web.configfile.
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