ASP.NET is a web application framework developed and marketed by Microsoft to allow programmers to build dynamic web sites and web applications. It was first released in January 2002 with version 1.0 of the .NET Framework, and is the successor to Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP) technology. ...

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Compiler warnings and errors [duplicate]

I come from a C# background before my existing role. I am developing a VB.NET app. The code I inherited had option strict set to off and all other directives set to 'None'. I have recently switched ...
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OPTION STRICT set to off [closed]

I am working on an application with over one million lines of code. OPTION STRICT is set to off!. I want to set it to ON during the next work iteration. I believe the only reason OPTION STRICT ...
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Is ASP.NET MVC too much overhead for smaller projects? [closed]

I will be honest I don't really know much about MVC other than the stuff you can read online in 5 minutes. Unfortunately this doesn't really tell me whether its suited to smaller projects or not. I ...
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Why is String Templating Better Than String Concatenation from an Engineering Perspective?

I once read (I think it was in "Programming Pearls") that one should use templates instead of building the string through the use of concatenation. For example, consider the template below (using C# ...
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ASP.NET deployment/maintenance best practices

I have been in the web development industry for around 5 years now, always working in an open source environment. Mostly apache, mysql, and php with a little bit of ruby, using git for version ...
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Standard ways of revoking user access to a site

I'm in the process of building a .NET MVC website where a requirement is that admin users should be able to lock accounts to not only prevent future log-ins but to also immediately revoke access to ...
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Send mapped data from server-side code to client-side code

I'm developing a application based on two technologies: ASP.net (SharePoint) and JavaScript. I use server-side code for retrieve data from database and manipulate it whereas I use client-side code ...
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Is it a good practice to decouple the membership system?

Currently I'm developing a project that basically is built with ASP.NET Web API. The membership system I'm using is ASP.NET Identity. The only problem I'm seeing with this is that the membership ...
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'Save' button in our web app ( 20-30 textboxes), client is worried that users will forget to click it and lose their data [closed]

I am in a meeting with a client later on, regarding an ASP.NET web app we are creating for him. The app includes a lot of 'form' style screens with 20-30 textboxes, and of course a 'Save' button that ...
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Session states in ajax callback

Someone told me Session or HttpContext.Current.User will return different value when we are working with ajax postback, in case of when the are so many user are live to site. For example, suppose ...
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Is it appropriate to use inheritance to prevent code duplication of the logic for a user control?

Suppose I have two or more UserControl implementations with vastly different implementations but near identical code-behind. One strategy to avoid code duplication is as follows: Change each ...
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When to build User Controls in ASP.NET

I am inheriting a legacy code. The legacy code has lot of web forms and each web form does not have much of functionality other than hosting a user control. My question is - Should we create a ...
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Advise on loose coupling between user controls

I have 5 user controls on the page and each control implements it's own interface that contains properties and events. In order to enable communication between user controls, I am creating a property ...
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Flexible authorization design in ASP.NET pages?

I'm developing an ASP.NET webforms application with pages which displays information based on the authorization level of the authenticated user (very typical). I will write a simple example of the ...
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Export to Excel - threading

I am working on an ASP.NET application. One requirement by the users is they are capable of exporting to Excel of some UIs. I have worked on them using the Infragistics library, and I have supplied ...
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ASP.net performance code behind vs app_code

I am wondering about performance of a web site/application when there is code in the code behind files rather than when the code is moved to separate files in the App_Code folder. My understanding ...
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Testing ASP.NET .aspx and .ascx code behind files

I am wondering how to test .aspx.cs and .ascx.cs code behind. Can I use unit testing and if so how? Are there alternatives that will help test the functions in the code behind files? I don't know how ...
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How much segregation is too much in this design?

We are working on ASP.NET webforms application developed using WCSF (MVP pattern). In the application, there is a search screen that allows the user to enter some fields and display the results. We ...
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ASP.net/IIS runtime environment [closed]

I'm not too experienced in the regard of configuring IIS/ASP.net. A client has asked me to extend the functionality of a custom web application I didn't develop. Unfortunately, they don't have the ...
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How does user confirmation box work?

How does the client know to send request to server only when the confirmation box result is ok and stay on page if cancelled? Also, is this mechanism any different in ASP.Net and ASP.Net MVC? I want ...
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Where should CMS data logic go

We have a large web site written in WebForms and have begun implementing some new modules in MVC. We have a custom CMS in place. I put the data structure to hold CMS data in a BaseModel class. Now I`m ...
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Push response to the user for which the request is created in Asp.Net (Chat Server)

I am working on a Chat Server Application in Asp.Net with C#. Suppose there are 5 users online say User A,B,C,D,E. Suppose A sends a message in chatbox to user B, so how the chatbox (Textbox/Textarea ...
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Software architecture which allows for growth, real life situation [closed]

I know of Interfaces, Abstract classes that serve as Base class, I've been reading up on loose coupling, ... But I can't come up with a decent solution when a property of a class changes, and the new ...
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Upgrading old ASP classic to newer standards [duplicate]

For the past year I have been working in a Classic ASP \ ASP.net hybrid. The website has 1M+ hits daily. The code, as you can imagine, is very hard to navigate. There are 200+ files. Dozens of ...
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Using web api or libraries

We currently have 1 domain and 4 subdomains using 5 different applications. We are programming in asp.net and we have 6 different solution project. 5 applications and 1 solution for shared back-end. ...
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MVC Widget optimization when accessing CSS and Resources

So we're trying to re-imagine our web solution in an MVC fashion. Going from an old webforms based solution to working with ASP.NET MVC with a bootstrap main menu and adding functionality in the forms ...
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Storing web app passwords so that they can be retrieved

Short version My boss wants me to store user passwords for an ASP.NET Web Forms web app we're developing in clear text, so that a user with admin rights can click a button and get back the current ...
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What is 'Asp.net Handler'?

I read in a book 'beginning asp.net 4.5 in c#' that when some one type the URL of the asp.net website, the browser send the request to the server and if the server find any ASP.NET markup or controls ...
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Share data layer for outsourcing project

We are a small team of programmers, and we are now facing a situation where we have to outsource some of the work in order to complete it in time. Project is about website that was previously build ...
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DI or Factory Pattern ? Both ? or a different apprach?

Lets say we have an abstract class called BaseSwitch, inherited by concrete implementations Switch A and Switch B, Each Switch representing a real-life switch (A telephony tool which among its ...
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If we close browser window without getting logout, what will happen when we provide same URL in the browser?

A few days ago, I appeared in an interview in a software company for .net developer. There I was asked the following question: If we close browser window without getting logout, what will happen ...
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IS a command-line (Console) is important to learn for ASP.NET developer? [closed]

I saw many RoR developers use command line to interact with interfaces and to deploy their web applications. Is that necessary step to earn for asp.net developer?
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Create ASP.NET input forms from XSD?

I have several types of XML document. The format of (i.e. the elements in) each document type is defined in an XSD. Is there a convenient way to create HTML elements (or ASP.NET controls) on an ...
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Best practice for copying static content between a web project and a self hosted EXE project

I have a visual studio solution that has, amongst other project the following three: NamespacePrefix.NancyFX.csproj: Some Nancy modules NamespacePrefix.NancyFX.IISHosting.csproj: A web solution to ...
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Custom Role Provider in ASP.NET MVC and specifically a User having multiple Roles

I have searched around and I can't find any particular answer that addresses what I am asking but no doubt it will have been mentioned already somewhere. I know that when you inherit from an abstract ...
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How can you add acknowledgement functionality to a Command pattern, given the response from receiver is gotten asynchronously on Server?

I have a scenario where I will implement Command pattern like described in this article. Actually from an Asp.Net MVC view, some user will invoke different commands/actions like Start Live Video, ...
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UI requires data of certain types. Can it go in a SPROC?

I'm actually arguing against this, but want to see if I'm out of line. We have a PaymentQueue table and a simple UI. This table is, at the moment, primarily used by the UI and no other business ...
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Combination of asp.net server side + html/js/jQuery client side

While working with asp.net, I came to an approach that uses asp.net services for the data/business logic layer and html/javascript/jquery for the UI layer, because I could not reach the needed level ...
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Database Context and Singleton injection with IoC

All of the below relates to a ASP.NET c# app. I have a Singleton Settings MemoryCache that reads values from database on first access and caches these, then invalidates them using SQL Service Broker ...
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Should db be mapped directly to the UI or should there be multiple layers of enties/models with mappings to/from each?

I would like to know arguments for/against this concept. Technologies in use from the bottom up: MSSQL 2012 DB (exclusively accessed via sprocs) Entity Framework WCF Web Service ASP.NET Webforms ...
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How do I verify if 3rd party payment succeeded?

I'm working on a payment processing website that will function like PayPal does on many e-commerce websites. The idea is for the customer to fill their shopping cart and click checkout, then be ...
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Build times for small incremental changes to C# Web Applications

I have recently been moving away from ASP.NET Websites in favor of Web Applications. More specifically I have recently been picking up MVC as an alternative to developing ASP.NET Forms websites. ...
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DTOs matter on ASP.NET MVC JSON Action?

I recently came across an internal project where they were using DTOs throughout the solution, and when I sat down to implement a new MVC controller with a JSON REST endpoint I decided to use an ...
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Business Logic Layer in MVC Application

In my ASP MVC application I decided to add another Business Layer and made the model only to have properties. All other functionality like save to db, get from db is done on this new Business layer. ...
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Design pattern for an ASP.NET project using Entity Framework

I'm building a website in ASP.NET (Web Forms) on top of an engine with business rules (which basically resides in a separate DLL), connected to a database mapped with Entity Framework (in a 3rd, ...
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Does the use of mongodb enhance extending/changing database driven applications?

When an application is created which need to store data, an SQL database is used very often. So did I in a lot of asp.net applications. The resulting applications have often an ORM like the entity ...
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Entity Framework 5, separating business logic from model - Repository?

I am working on my first public-facing web application and I’m using MVC 4 for the presentation layer and EF 5 for the DAL. The database structure is locked, and there are moderate differences ...
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Implementing set of processes in a stored procedure or through the code?

I want to know what's the suitable method to implement the following case (best practice). If i make a set of processes like this: select data from set of DB tables. loop on the selected result. ...
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ASP.NET Web Forms is bad, or what am I missing? [closed]

Being a PHP guy myself I recently had to write a spider to an asp.net site. I was really surprised by the different approach to ajax and form-handling. For example, in the PHP sites I've worked with, ...
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Properly structure an existing project into the MVC architecture

I'm taking a legacy classic asp project up to more modern technology (I've been working with ASP.NET MVC lately so using this concept is stuck in my mind), but I'm trying to think of how to structure ...