C# developer's guide to ASP.NET, XML, and ADO.NET by Jeffrey P. McManus

By Jeffrey P. McManus

Subject matters lined during this booklet contain: the .NET starting place periods which are so much utilized by developers--ASP.NET, XML, and ADO.NET, and information about the development of net companies and the way they programmatically converse with one another.

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NET, including the Page object itself, its children, and user-interface controls (HTML controls and server controls). The following sections provide a brief reference to the properties, methods, and events provided by those classes. WebControls. The AdRotator class enables you to display a graphical advertisement on your Web page, changing (or "rotating") the advertisement from a list of graphical URLs. Because they are stored in the form of URLs, the graphics and the pages they link to can reside anywhere on the Web.

NET pages derive. If you create a code-behind class, it must inherit from this object. NET pages to handle the Load event of the Page object as a way to perform initialization when the page loads. WebControls. The Panel class enables developers to group Web form controls. You may do this for cosmetic purposes (for example, to group the controls on a complicated form into subcategories) or to manipulate controls on a form as a unit. WebControls.

The control is similar to the DataGrid control, but instead of displaying multiple categories of data in a tabular (row-and-column) format, the DataList displays a single list of data in a single row. This row can wrap into multiple columns, however. The various elements of the DataList (header, footer, and items) are divided up into sections and formatted according to templates. Templates are XML sections embedded in the script declaration of the control. 32 provides an example of a DataList control bound to a Hashtable object.

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