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  • The Microsoft Expression Web Developer’s Guide to ASP.NET 3.5 By Jim Cheshire, Que Publishing, 2008 Introduction Part I Understanding ASP.NET Architecture Chapter 1 Installing and Configuring ASP.NET Understanding the .NET Framework and ASP.NET Configuring ASP.NET Configuring ASP.NET on IIS 5.1 or IIS 6.0 Configuring ASP.NET on IIS 7 Using the ASP.NET Development Server Troubleshooting IIS Chapter 2 ASP.NET Code Models Understanding ASP.NET Web Form Code ASP.NET Directives ASP.NET Design-Time Code Server-Side Code Models Inline Server-Side Code Code-Behind Server-Side Code Switching Server-Side Code Models Moving from Code-Behind to Inline Code Moving from Inline Code to Code-Behind Choosing a Code Model Chapter 3 ASP.NET Compilation Models ASP.NET Compilation The Web Application Compilation Model The Website Compilation Model The Precompilation Model Automating aspnet_compiler.exe in Visual Web Developer Express Edition Chapter 4 ASP.NET Events and the Page Lifecycle An Event-Driven Architecture Application and Session Events Application Events and the Application Lifecycle Session Events Page Events and the Page Lifecycle The Importance of the Lifecycle Investigating the Page Lifecycle Chapter 5 ASP.NET State Management A Connectionless Environment Understanding Application Variables Setting an Application Variable Retrieving an Application Variable Understanding Session Variables Using ASP.NET Caching Page Output Caching Fragment Caching The Cache API Retrieving Items from Cache ASP.NET Viewstate and Control State Chapter 6 ASP.NET Configuration and Performance Overview of ASP.NET Configuration ASP.NET Configuration Files Machine Configuration Files Application Configuration Files The Web Site Administration Tool
  • Security Tab Application Tab Provider Tab ASP.NET Configuration in IIS IIS 5.1 and IIS 6 IIS 7 Encrypting Information in the Configuration Files Chapter 7 Basic ASP.NET Security Authentication and Authorization Configuring Windows Authentication Disabling Anonymous Browsing in IIS 5 and 6 Disabling Anonymous Browsing in IIS 7 (Windows Vista) Understanding Forms Authentication Configuring Forms Authentication Configuring Forms Authentication with the ASP.NET Web Site Administration Tool Configuring Forms Authentication with the ASP.NET Configuration Settings Dialog (IIS 5 or 6 Only) Configuring Forms Authentication with the IIS Manager (IIS 7 Only) Other Forms Authentication Settings ASP.NET Authorization Configuring Authorization with the ASP.NET Configuration Settings Dialog (IIS 5 and 6 Only) Configuring Authorization with the IIS Manager (IIS 7 Only) Why Not Windows Authentication? Part II Creating ASP.NET Applications and Web Forms Chapter 8 Creating Websites The Structure of an ASP.NET Website Special Folders in an ASP.NET Application Creating a Web Application in Visual Web Developer File System Local IIS FTP Remote Site Start Options in Visual Web Developer Start Actions Server Options Chapter 9 Creating ASP.NET Web Forms Creating Web Forms in Visual Web Developer Creating ASP.NET Web Forms Other File Types Available in Visual Web Developer Creating Web Pages in Expression Web Choosing the Right Tool for ASP.NET Application Development Using the Code-Behind Model Using the Inline Code Model A Suggested Workflow Use Either Tool to Create the Website Use Visual Web Developer to Create Pages Do Design Work in Either Tool Use Either Tool to Configure ASP.NET Controls Use Either Tool to Preview Your Pages Test ASP.NET Code in Visual Web Developer Publish Your Website with Expression Web Part III Master Pages and User Controls Chapter 10 Creating and Using Master Pages An Introduction to Master Pages Structure of Master Pages and Content Pages Creating a Master Page Adding Content to the Master Page Formatting the Master Page
  • Configuring Navigation Controls Creating a Sitemap File Configuring the Menu to Use the Sitemap File Connecting a Page to the Master Page Connecting a New Page Connecting an Existing Page Chapter 11 Creating and Using User Controls What Are User Controls? Creating a User Control Adding User Controls to a Page Creating a User Control Editing a User Control Converting a Page to a User Control Part IV ASP.NET Membership Chapter 12 Configuring a Membership Database An Introduction to ASP.NET Membership The Membership Provider Using the Default Membership Database Using SQL Server 2000 or SQL Server 2005 for Membership Configuring the Database Configuring the Provider for the New Database Configuring the Connection String in IIS 5 or IIS 6 Configuring the Connection String in IIS 7 Configuring the Connection String in a Disk-based Application Chapter 13 Adding and Managing Users and Roles Users and Roles Configuring Authentication Adding New Users Enabling and Adding Roles Enabling Roles Creating Roles Adding a User to a Role Configuring Access Rules What Happens Under the Hood? Configuring Authentication Enabling Roles Creating Access Rules Chapter 14 Adding and Configuring Login and User Management Pages Configuring the Login Control Configuring the Appearance of the Login Control Configuring the Behavior of the Login Control Using the LoginView Control Creating Accounts Using the CreateUserWizard Control Adding the Create User Page Adding a Confirmation Page Resetting Lost Passwords Creating the Password Recovery Page Configuring ASP.NET for Sending Email Changing Passwords A Few Finishing Touches Adding a Link to Reset Password Adding a Change Password Link Fixing the Logo Graphic on the Master Page Part V ASP.NET Forms and Validation Chapter 15 Creating Forms Using ASP.NET Introduction to ASP.NET Forms
  • Adding and Configuring ASP.NET Form Controls Required Elements for the Contact Us Page Adding Controls to the Contact Us Page Configuring the Topics DropDownList Control Processing ASP.NET Forms The AutoPostBack Property The Button Control The IsPostBack Property Displaying a Form Confirmation Placing the Form into a Panel Adding a Confirmation Message Adding Server-Side Code Chapter 16 Adding Form Field Validation Using ASP.NET The Necessity of Form Validation ASP.NET Validation Controls RequiredFieldValidator Control RangeValidator RegularExpressionValidator Control CompareValidator Control CustomValidator Control ValidationSummary Control Common Validation Control Properties The Text Property The Display Property The ErrorMessage Property The ControlToValidate Property The EnableClientScript Property The SetFocusOnError Property The ValidationGroup Property Adding and Configuring ASP.NET Validation Controls Part VI Styling Web Forms in Visual Web Developer 2008 Chapter 17 Creating and Managing CSS Styles An Introduction to CSS Basic CSS Rules External Style Sheets Embedded Style Sheets Inline CSS Styles Exploring CSS Classes and IDs CSS Classes CSS IDs Using the Style Builder Dialog to Create Styles Creating a Simple Style Creating a New CSS Class Using the Style Application Toolbar Using the Style Application Toolbar to Apply Formatting Applying Formatting to Existing Styles Managing CSS Styles The Manage Styles Pane Using the Manage Styles Pane to Add New Styles Using the Manage Styles Pane to Modify Styles Chapter 18 Applying CSS to Web Forms Using the Apply Styles Pane Applying a Style Removing a Previously Applied CSS Class, CSS ID, or Inline Style Using the CSS Properties Pane Examining CSS Styles Applying CSS Styles
  • Chapter 19 Using ASP.NET Themes and Skins Introduction to ASP.NET Themes Makeup of a Theme Global Themes and Page Themes Skin Files Creating a Theme Creating the Folder Structure Creating a Skin File Generating Formatting Code for Controls Transferring Formatting Code to the Skin File Applying a Theme Default Skins and Named Skins Using a Theme with CSS Files Part VII Data Access with ASP.NET Chapter 20 ASP.NET Data Controls Accessing Data in ASP.NET 3.5 ASP.NET Data Source Controls SqlDataSource Control AccessDataSource Control LinqDataSource Control ObjectDataSource Control XmlDataSource Control SiteMapDataSource Control Configuring a Data Source Control Other ASP.NET Data Controls GridView Control DataList Control DetailsView Control FormView Control ListView Control Repeater Control DataPager Control Chapter 21 Displaying Data from a Database Configuring the Data Source Adding an AccessDataSource Control Configuring the AccessDataSource Control Ordering Data Filtering Data Using Data Controls to Display Data Adding a GridView Control Adding Paging and Sorting Features Creating a Master/Detail View Configuring the GridView Control Adding a Data Source Control for the DetailsView Adding and Configuring the DetailsView Control Chapter 22 Adding, Editing, and Deleting Records Creating the Editing Interface Adding and Configuring a GridView Control Adding and Configuring a New Data Source Adding and Configuring the FormView Control Configuring the Functionality of the Editor Adding New Records Editing Records Deleting Records Modifying Templates Modifying the InsertItemTemplate Modifying the EmptyDataTemplate
  • Part VIII Sending Email with ASP.NET Chapter 23 Configuring ASP.NET for Email How ASP.NET Sends Mail The System.Net.SmtpClient Class The System.Net.MailMessage Class Modifying the Configuration File for Email Adding Email Configuration to the web.config File Using the Web Site Administration Tool Chapter 24 Sending Form Results to Email Adding Server-Side Code to Send Email Reviewing the Contact Form Adding the Code Explaining the Code Sending HTML Emails Sending Emails with Attachments Part IX Ajax and Web Services Chapter 25 Creating and Testing an ASP.NET Web Service An Explanation of ASP.NET Web Services The Structure of a Web Service The WSDL Document Creating an ASP.NET Web Service Invoking a Web Service Directly Creating a Dataset for Use with a Web Service Creating the Dataset Connecting to the Database Adding a Parameter Using a Dataset with a Web Service Testing the Web Service Using a Web Service in a Web Form Adding a Reference to the Web Service Adding a Data Source for the DropDownList Control Completing the Configuration of the Web Form Chapter 26 Adding Ajax Functionality What Is Ajax? Microsoft’s ASP.NET AJAX Microsoft AJAX Library Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX Extensions Microsoft AJAX ASP.NET Control Toolkit Adding Ajax Functionality to a Web Form Targeting the .NET Framework 3.5 Adding a ScriptManager Control Adding an UpdatePanel Control Using the AJAX Library Adding Controls to the Web Form Creating the Client Library Adding the Client Script to the ScriptManagerProxy Part X Debugging and Troubleshooting ASP.NET Chapter 27 Debugging ASP.NET Applications The Basics of Debugging Enabling and Configuring Debugging for an ASP.NET Application Enabling Debugging Configuring Debugging Debugging Server-Side Code Setting a Breakpoint Examining the State of an Application IntelliSense
  • The Locals Window The Watch Window The Immediate Window Debugging Client-Side Scripts Using the Error List to Locate Application Errors Chapter 28 Handling Errors in an ASP.NET Application Exceptions and the .NET Framework Exception-Handling Blocks Bubbling Exceptions Implementing Structured Exception Handling Modifying the btnSend_Click Method Adding a Panel to Display Errors Throwing Exceptions Adding a Global Exception Handler Using the <customErrors> Element <error> Elements Chapter 29 ASP.NET Tracing and Other Troubleshooting Techniques ASP.NET Tracing Enabling Tracing Analyzing Trace Output Request Details Trace Information Control Tree Session State Application State Request Cookies Collection Response Cookies Collection Headers Collection Response Headers Collection Form Collection Querystring Collection Server Variables ASP.NET Health Monitoring Configuring the Application for Health Monitoring Viewing Health Monitoring Logs Monitoring the Network with Fiddler Part XI Deploying ASP.NET Applications Chapter 30 Publishing an ASP.NET Application Using the Copy Web Site Tool Connecting to a Remote Site Copying Websites with the Copy Web Site Feature Special Considerations for Membership Websites Obtaining the Application Name from the Database Editing the web.config File Wrapping Up Appendix Application Settings in Visual Web Developer