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Providing Content Through Web Services
Content Providers will see Web Services as a major component that will change the way they distribute information. Third party Content Providers will gain on the standardization and discovery mechanism provided by Web Services.
Release Date: May 9, 2001

Separate Business Logic Code from Presentation Code

Microsoft's ASP.NET implementation contains a new method to separate business logic code from presentation code. It is called code-behind, and it is remarkably powerful, yet easy to implement.
Release Date: April 23, 2001

Consuming a Web Service from a Win Form Application
This article explains how to consume a Web Service from a Win Form Application by adding a Web Reference with VS.NET. As an example we will use the Web Service Stock-Quotes.
Release Date: April 12, 2001

How to Compile C# Programs and Compiler Switches
Compiler CS0234 Error "The type or namespace 'WinForm' does not exist in the class or namespace 'System' ". You go through the code again and again and find no mistakes but still the compiler keeps on crying CS0234 Error. This article contains some tips and detail information on compiling C# programs.
Release Date: April 9, 2001


Previous Articles

Accessing Server Variables From Within Web Services
This article will demonstrate how we can access web server variables from within a web service.
Release Date: April 4, 2001

Using a transacted C# component (leveraging COM+) from ASP.NET
Is COM+ dead?, how does COM+ relate to .NET?. The answer is that COM+ is definitely not gone. It remains and will continue to be an important part of the overall programming model and it can be fully leveraged from ASP.NET.
Release Date: April 2, 2001

Building a Stock-Quotes Web Service
A Web Service can be called from an ASP.NET Web Form (.aspx) to provide functionality to the Web Site Users through a proxy object. This capability is presented in a simple sample that includes a Web Service which provides Stock Quotes and a Web Form that request the Stock Quotes and display them in the Web Browser. 
Release Date: Mar 30, 2001

ASP.NET File Upload Example
ASP.NET provides an easy mechanism to upload files from a Web Browser to a Web Server through the class HtmlInputFile. This class allows to handle programmatically the information submitted by the File  INPUT control without the need for third party decoders.
Release Date: Mar 29, 2001

Process Monitor Information Sample
This sample shows how to remotely monitor an ASP.NET worker process behavior, uncovering any ASP.NET memory leaks, crashes or deadlocks.
Release Date: Mar 28, 2001

An Introduction to Working with XML in .NET
Working with XML in .NET applications is a fairly straightforward process especially if you've used MSXML3 in the past. Even if you haven't worked with MSXML3 you'll find that using the classes found in the .NET platform is easy once you know more about them.
Release Date: Mar 26, 2001

Using <ASP:XML runat=server> within an ASP.NET Page
Here is an example of the new <asp:xml> ASP.NET server control. I will show how to use it to display XML content from an XML document in a file and from an XML document in a database.
Release Date: Mar 22, 2001

Detect OS Version Using C#
Do you want to find out what operating system your .NET code is running on? This article tells you how to achieve it.
Release Date: Mar 21, 2001

Dynamic Image Generation with ASP.NET
One of the neat features that you can now leverage with .NET is the ability to generate dynamic images from code, which you can then either save to disk or directly stream back to a browser client with ASP.NET.
Release Date: Mar 20, 2001

Web Services. Part I: The Basics
Web services are an important part of the .NET strategy. This article takes at the concepts behind web services, and the architecture.
Release Date: Mar 19, 2001

Running ASP.NET within a command-line exe (outside of IIS)
The sample in this article demonstrates a simple way to process ASP.NET requests within a command line exe (MyHost.exe).
Release Date: Mar 19, 2001

Databinding to multi-dimensional arrays
This article presents in a very simple example how to bind a web page list to a multidimensional array.
Release Date: Mar 15, 2001

How to Manipulate Files in ASP.NET
This startup article explains the concept of file manipulations, such as reading from a file, writing to a file and deleting a file.
Release Date: Mar 14, 2001

Building up a Page Using User Controls Dynamically Loaded at Runtime
You can use the Page.LoadControl to dynamically build up the content of a page with user controls (aka pagelets).  This article shows how to create new instances of user controls, and how to add them into the "Controls" collection of a stub label control.
Release Date: Mar 13, 2001

Manipulating <body> Tag With ASP.NET
The <body> tag does not have a server-control equivalent in ASP.NET. The article explains, with sample code, how to get around this problem.
Release Date: Mar 12, 2001

Storing Your Own AppSettings within Config.web 
ASP.NET’s XML based configuration system provides a pretty easy and powerful way to store application settings. It supports both a "custom XML schema" option and a simple way to store key/value pairs.
Release Date: Mar 12, 2001

Using ADO.NET For Data Access - Part I
ADO.NET can be used to access data from variety of databases and data sources. This article looks at the basics behind connecting to a database and retrieving records.
Release Date: Mar 9, 2001

Using a transacted VB component (leveraging COM+) from ASP.NET
COM+ is definitely not gone. It remains and will continue to be an important part of the overall programming model and can be fully leveraged from ASP.NET and the overall .NET Framework.
Release Date: Mar 8, 2001

ASP.NET Error Handling Support
One of the neat new features of ASP.NET is its rich support for handling and tracking runtime errors. Specifically, it provides an easy way for administrators to ensure that the dreaded "ASP 43433ax" hex style errors never gets displayed to customers.
Release Date: Mar 7, 2001

Introducing Microsoft .NET
By bringing us .NET, Microsoft is presenting us with a new platform designed to facilitate development of interoperable Web applications, based on a totally new architecture. For Microsoft, .NET will be a way of "programming the Web," no less.
Release Date: Mar 5, 2001

Encrypting Passwords with ASP.NET
A good practice is to not store the actual passwords in the databases, but their encrypted versions. The article talks about one way of accomplishing this with ASP.NET. Working example is included.
Release Date: Mar 1, 2001

Enumerating Device Drivers Installed On A System
.NET SDK provides System.ServiceProcess namespace to deal with tasks related to services running on a system. Since device drivers are treated as system services, we are able to find some methods and properties in the namespace to enumerate all the device drivers installed on a system.
Release Date: Feb 28, 2001

Examining Your First C# Program
This article takes a detailed look at a simple "Hello World" program and describes various parts of a C# program.
Release Date: Feb 26, 2001

Panel Control in ASP.NET
In this article, you will learn how to use panel controls in ASP.NET pages.
Release Date: Feb 26, 2001

Using Caching API in ASP.NET
Although there are many different ways to use the Caching API in ASP.NET, they all boil down to three distinct approaches. This discussion will outline these three approaches and demonstrate each of them in action. It will also give an example of the appropriate use of each approach.
Release Date: Feb 23, 2001

Using the AdRotator Control in ASP.NET
Advertisements in ASP.NET can be displayed on a fly by employing the AdRotator server Control that comes with the ASP.NET framework. In this article we will see two examples of using this control to display ads on a page. We will also discuss the various properties to change the display of ads.
Release Date: Feb 19, 2001

Multithreading with VB.NET
The System.Threading namespace in .NET SDK makes  multi-threading easy. The Thread class in the System.Threading namespace exposes the properties and methods to allow the free threading.
Release Date: Feb 19, 2001

Generating GUIDs in ASP.NET
Learn what GUIDs are and how you can generate them in ASP.NET. Complete with code examples and demos.
Release Date: Feb 11, 2001

Displaying Browser Capabilities in ASP.NET
Although the browser wars are over, at least according to popular media, the reasons for detecting the browser capabilities aren't. This article presents code and demos to display various browser capabilities.
Release Date: Feb 11, 2001

Sending Email From ASP.NET Pages, a Complete Example
In this article, the authors illustrate a wide range of possibilities in sending emails using ASP.NET, with examples in both VB and C#. The discussion covers such options as email format, priority, attachments and email encoding.
Release Date: Feb 7, 2001

Writing Your First C# Program with Visual Studio .NET
Visual Studio.NET integrates multiple languages into one IDE. This article illustrates how to create a simple program in C# using this IDE.
Release Date: Feb 5, 2001

How To Learn C#: A Roadmap to Success in Getting Started with C# Programming
Do you want to learn C#? This article directs you to the best of the resources available that can make you reach that goal.
Release Date: Jan 30, 2001

What is ASP.NET?
This Article explains what ASP.NET is all about and the new features it offers to web developers.
Release Date: Jan 29, 2001


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