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accepted How does authentication work with ASP.NET (using Live ID and\or Windows Authentication)
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revised How does authentication work with ASP.NET (using Live ID and\or Windows Authentication)
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comment How does authentication work with ASP.NET (using Live ID and\or Windows Authentication)
You cannot really do this stuff in a client-side page served by the server, plain HTML and JS. You need to use something like ASP.NET that analyzes data during the request and then behaves differently for the response (like redirecting to logon if session is expired etc) There isn't really any client-side JS logic you can use do that stuff huh?
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asked How does authentication work with ASP.NET (using Live ID and\or Windows Authentication)
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comment Should I use both WCF and ASP.NET Web API
There is also WCF Data Services, formerly ADO.NET Data Services: msdn.microsoft.com/library/cc668792.aspx. It implements the OData REST protocol (odata.org).
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accepted Child to Parent linking - bad idea?
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comment Child to Parent linking - bad idea?
Your edit makes me think about the VisualTreeHelper in WPF\Silverlight. This allowed you to query about the relationship of the current control was to the rest of the UI systems controls. I guess I could implement something like this because I also have a root control that will host everything else. Thanks!!
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comment Child to Parent linking - bad idea?
Yes this is a great way to do it. However, in my situation it could be possible that client logic code not initiated by the parent's loop.
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comment Child to Parent linking - bad idea?
With this solution, the problem still exists though. This only replaces the order-in-the-array concept with z-index. I would still have to have a communication system from child-to-parent. Thanks though :)
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comment Child to Parent linking - bad idea?
Thanks for this answer so far. I've added more context in my original question.
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revised Child to Parent linking - bad idea?
Added more context
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comment Child to Parent linking - bad idea?
@btilly Most important child actually just reorders it to the top of the stack in the parent's child-list. So whoever does it last, becomes most important. In my scenario, you would never have conflict of most important.
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asked Child to Parent linking - bad idea?
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comment How to keep a generic process unique?
@reply Seems so. You didn't put that information in your post. :)