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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Suggestions needed on an architecture for a multiple clients and customisable web application

Our product is a web based course managemant system. We have 10+ clients and in future we may get more clients. (Asp.net,SQL Server) Currently if one of our customers need extra functionality or ...
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How much should I rely on Visual Studio's Auto Generated Code?

I'm reading about ASP.NET (VB.NET) and I want to built my professionally website. I'm wondering though; I'm still using the basics so I'm really just a novice, but how much should I rely on Visual ...
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Is the .NET/Microsoft technology stack a financially viable option for a startup with limited finances?

I have an unpaid internship for a very new startup company with little tech experience that's trying to be a Groupon clone. They're currently using Wordpress and I've been trying to decide what web ...
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Sequence Diagram for Response Redirect in ASP.Net Webforms

In asp.net webforms I have a home aspx page that has a “Go” button. [This is the only control in this page]. When this button is clicked, the user is redirected to “UserProfile.aspx” page. How can we ...
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Relevance of Metro to ASP.Net developer?

I am a web developer, working mostly with ASP.Net(webforms + MVC), C#, javascript and so on. As you know, continuous learning is very important for us, but time is not infinite. I do dabble with the ...
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Starting a new project and need ideas for handling Phishing/Brute Force attacks AND Logging access [closed]

I'm starting a brand new project. The main access from the client side app will be via an API written in ASP.Net MVC3. I'm looking for discussions on how best to handle logging information for ...
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What do you call an interface with no defining methods used as property setters

In ASP.NET and C# I've ran across this before. Your class needs to implement interface ISomething in order for something in the super class to supply something to you. I can't remember the details, ...
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Full Trust level: should be a concern?

Should I worry about the safety of my application if it runs in Full Trust level? If yes, why? What damages could be done? If the trust level should be a concern why it is the default level for ...
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What exactly is “Web API” in ASP.Net MVC4?

I know what a Web API is. I've written API's in multiple languages (including in MVC3). I'm also well practiced in ASP.Net. I just discovered that MVC4 has "Web API" and without going through the ...
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Why would more CPU cores on virtual machine slow compile times?

[edit#2] If anyone from VMWare can hit me up with a copy of VMWare Fusion, I'd be more than happy to do the same as a VirtualBox vs VMWare comparison. Somehow I suspect the VMWare hypervisor will be ...
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How do I tell the cases when it's worth to use LINQ?

Many things in LINQ can be accomplished without the library. But for some scenarios, LINQ is most appropriate. Examples are: SELECT - ...
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Developing Razor Web Pages - Visual Studio and/or WebMatrix?

When I started learning about Web Pages I followed several of the Microsoft tutorials, all of which utilized WebMatrix. I did this until I realized that WebMatrix offered no debugging. Wait? What?? No ...
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Are unit tests really that useful? [closed]

I just graduated with a degree in CS and I currently have a job as a Junior .NET Developer (C#, ASP.NET, and web forms). Back when I was still in university, the subject of unit testing did get ...
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What is dependency of ASP.NET MVC on .NET Framework and how to use it with .NET 2.0?

When you download and install asp.net MVC, does it just add code to the .net framework class library? Or does it also modify the installed Visual Studio editions? Another question: If it is just ...
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Is Google's Page Speed not working fine?

I've been making small improvements to a public ASP.NET site that I have and have ran it through Google's online Page Speed several times. I have a specific problem, but something that really threw me ...
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Best practices: Ajax and server side scripting with stored procedures

I need to rebuild an old huge website and probably to port everyting to ASP.NET and jQuery and I would like to ask for some suggestion and tips. Actually the website uses: Ajax (client site with ...
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Is the structure used for these web pages a design pattern?

I want to know if the structure for an ASP.NET website I'm working on uses a design pattern for it's web pages. If it is a design pattern, what is it called? The web pages have the following ...
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What are the best practices to use NHiberante sessions in asp.net (mvc/web api) ?

I have the following setup in my project: public class WebApiApplication : System.Web.HttpApplication { public static ISessionFactory SessionFactory { get; private set; } public ...
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Best way to reuse common functions between ASPX pages ?

I have a bunch of functions that are used across multiple ASPX files. I want to condense these down to one file to be used for all the ASPX files. I have a few ideas but I want to know what the ...
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Should this code/logic be included in Business Objects class or a separate class?

I have created a small application which has a three tier architecture and I have business object classes to represent entities such as User, Orders, UserType etc. In these classes I have methods that ...
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Best Architecture for ASP.NET WebForms Application

I have written an ASP.NET WebForms portal for a client. The project has kind of evolved rather than being properly planned and structured from the beginning. Consequently, all the code is mashed ...
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Does connection pooling work fine to execute 60 DB queries to load a page?

We use Linq2Sql in an ASP.NET application. Unfortunately the eager-loading in Linq2Sql isn't as powerful as in Entity Framework, so a lot of the data has to be lazy loaded as needed. Taking ...
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Overwhelmed by complex C#/ASP.NET project in Visual Studio 2008

I have been hired as a junior programmer to work on projects that extend existing functionality in a very large, complex solution. The code base consists of C#, ASP.NET, jQuery, javascript, html and ...
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Using mod_rewrite for a Virtual Filesystem vs. Real Filesystem

I started working in a department that uses a CMS in which the entire "filesystem" is like this: create a named file or folder - this file is given a unique node (ex. 2345) as well as a default ...
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Which pattern to use with a typical Web Form?

I am writing a simple ASP.NET Web Forms application. I want to improve the code by implementing any design pattern with which abstraction is achieved and increases manageability and understandability. ...
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Why would he say “We don't want to support MVC3”?

I work in a small shop at a fairly big company doing intranet web applications. By small, I mean there is 1 other guy in my position... and he graduated with me last December. (we aren't the only IT, ...
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How to manage and improve web application with 50 customers?

First of all, sorry for my English. We've developed a Web Application using ASP.NET and Sql Server. We've started selling it and of course are still continually improving and developing it. The ...
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What are the differences between Castle Monorail 3 over ASP.Net MVC?

I have been using Castle Monorail for some years now with great success, although I haven't bothered to update the version I'm using (2 or 3 year old). Now I'm making a decision on go to ASP.Net MVC 3 ...
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Http handler for classic ASP application for introducing a layer between client and server

I've a huge classic ASP application where in thousands of users manage their company/business data. Currently this is not multi-user so that application users can create users and authorize them to ...
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Should I cache the data or hit the database?

I have not worked with any caching mechanisms and was wondering what my options are in the .net world for the following scenario. We basically have a a REST Service where the user passes an ID of a ...
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Is WCF suitable for writing an application which is shared among applications?

I have developed and deployed few ASP.NET applications. Sometimes I want to stop the users from either inserting or updating a record when: Maintenance is going on. Stop operations due to payment ...
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How to host a site in another site - with little or no coding

SUMMARY: All of these happens on Site A User visits site A User enter username and password User click on Login Button User authenticated on Site B behind the scene User is shown a page on Site A ...
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What are the legal risks if any of using a GPL or AGPL Web Application Framework/CMS?

Tried to ask this on SO but was referred here... Am I correct in saying that using a GPL'ed web application framework such as Composite C1 would NOT obligate a company to share the source code we ...
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Security aspects of an ASP.NET that can be pointed out to the client

I need to write several passages of text in an offer to the client about the security layer in ASP.NET MVC web solution. I am aware of security that comes along with MVC 3 and an improvements in MVC ...
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Proper & Efficient Structure for an entity layer?

Context Web application based on the .NET Framework written in C# and following the MVC design pattern. Question What is the most efficient way to structure an entity layer consisting on various ...
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Good architecture for user information on separate databases?

I need to write an API to connect to an existing SQL database. The API will be written in ASP.Net MVC3. The slight problem is that with existing users of the system, they may have a username on ...
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How to handle different web root running in iis on locahost vs. web server (iis7)

I have several websites that I help manage. When running on my local machine (under iis7), the websites run on under a folder on my machine d:\WebRoot\TheWebsiteName and run as ...
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Master page design (reloads on new page)

Ive been building a website with 2 pages and 1 master page. The master master page works as a "Menu". The two pages inherits from the master page and have some content on them. On Page1 I have a link ...
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AJAX IRCX Client and Server

I am currently developing an IRCX AJAX Chat Based system and have a few questions regarding the Server and Client implementation. Any suggestions are welcome: Server: Should this be implemented as a ...
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I have to run certain number of statements (which are executing .exe) in a loop

I have to run certain number of statements (which are executing .exe) in a loop. ForEach(object obj in ListOfVersions) { Step 1: call Exe1 Args=obj.somevalues Log Step 1 completed ...
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ASP.NET MVC vs WCF for REST API + Webpage usage

I think the discussion for programmatic service oriented usage vs human interaction is clear. But if I were to create an application that makes use of both a programmatic API and a website that makes ...
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Is it a good idea to put all assembly: WebResource in the same cs file?

I have a .NET library, with some WebControls. These webControls have Embed Resources. And we declare them like it, in all webcontrols for each cs file: Something like this: [assembly: ...
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Development Patterns for dealing with Data Import / Export

I have a ASP.NET web based application that allows the end user to export data to a flat file format. (essentially taking a point-in-time backup of their work) At a later date they can re-upload ...
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asp .net development skills transferred to sharepoint?

Would a competent asp .net C# developer be disregarding a lot of their skills in order to have more concern with configuration and server-side coding when moving their career into the sharepoint 2010 ...
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Implementing Command Pattern in Web Application

I'm looking to implement the command pattern in a web application (asp.net c#)... Since the commands come in text format from the client, what is the best way to translate the string to a command ...
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An XML file or Database?

I am re-writing a section of my site and am trying to decide how much of a rewrite this will be. At the moment I have a web service feed that generates an xml once per day. I then use this xml file on ...
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Usage of repository between EF model and code consumer

I have binary data in my database that I'll have to convert to bitmap at some point. I was thinking whether or not it's appropriate to use a repository and do it there. My consumer, which is a ...
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Why does IIS default to Recycling the Application Pool every 1740 minutes?

Why does IIS default to recycle the app pool after a given time? Is there some specific reason other than perhaps most web apps are not managing the memory prudently? Given that you are managing your ...
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Any valid reason to Nest Master Pages in ASP.Net rather than Inherit?

Currently in a debate at work and I cannot fathom why someone would intentionally avoid Inheritance with Master Pages. For reference here is the project setup: BaseProject ...
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Importing an existing project into Git

Background During the course of developing our site (ASP.NET), we discovered that our existing source control (SourceGear Vault) wasn't working for us. So, we decided to migrate to Git. The ...