Since "classic" ASP's humble beginnings, ADO data access classes and methods have been re-written to form ADO.NET. This article looks at the differences (in terms of classes, methods, and calling conventions) that exist between ADO and ADO.NET. It provides several practical examples that show us how to evolve from using ADO with ASP to using ADO.NET with C# and ASP.NET.
This article examines how to can create a Web service in .NET and then utilize it from a classic ASP page on your Web server, thereby providing an API that can be utilized by both your ASP.NET Web pages and classic ASP pages.
The term "web service" has been used quite frequently lately: you hear people saying how good web services are and how they will dominate the future of software development, but what exactly are web services and how can we create them? This article shows us how to build two web services and also unravels all of the lingo surrounding web services.
Learn about the licensing requirements for ASP.NET server controls and learn about an ASP.NET control licensing implementation that can be used with versions 1.0 and 1.1 of the .NET Framework. The implementation can be extended to create custom server-side licensing schemes.
How do you operate an Analysis Services data warehouse? Learn how to configure, secure, backup, restore, and monitor the database. Learn techniques for developing and running a system that gracefully handles change in data, design, and usage.
Some ADO.NET sessions focus on the object model and .NET Framework classes and not on specific data access tasks that ADO.NET can solve. This session assumes you're somewhat familiar with the ADO.NET object model and want to see how to address the common tasks your application is likely to perform. Focus on getting connected in an ASP and Windows application, how to setup and run ad hoc queries as well as parameter-driven stored procedures, with and without returned parameters. See how to bind to DataReaders and DataSets and when it makes sense to use each. See how to fill and bind to a ListBox and a DataGrid and how to update the data, even when the query is the result of a complex join.
Learn about the basics of building mobile Web applications with ASP.NET Mobile Controls. See how the control model and drag and drop designer make it easy to target nearly 200 devices (cell phones, PDAs and pagers) from a single mobile Web form. Find out what the adaptive rendering and rich customization and extensibility models can do for your mobile Web applications.
In this code snippet we're going to provide will enable you to add text to an image in memory. One use for this code may be to open a file on the file system and add some text to the image, then stream the image out to the user. This could come in handy if you want to create navigational buttons for your Web site dynamically based on a request or dynamically create banners via .Net code.
This article provides one solution for replicating content to multiple share locations. This could be useful where you have a Web application hosted on a Web farm and you wish to have files uploaded via the Web, and then replicate the uploaded files to other servers in the farm.