Consider the perceived risks of migrations that tend to cloud the benefits of new technologies from a business perspective, making it difficult to justify technology migrations to the decision makers in an enterprise. See how these risks can be identified, planned for ahead of time and evaluated against cost, time to market, and other business factors so that the project planner can have a solid handle on the bottom line of a project. See examples from a real-world commercial application and look at each of the business and technological factors that needed to be addressed when migrating an ASP application to ASP.NET on the soon to be released Windows Server 2003.
Learn the new exciting features of ASP.NET 1.1. This session covers the changes from ASP.NET 1.0 and includes new features such as Code Access Security, IPv6 support, and support for running multiple versions of ASP.NET side-by-side.
This guide presents a practical, scenario driven approach to designing and building secure ASP.NET applications for Windows 2000 and version 1.0 of the .NET Framework. It focuses on the key elements of authentication, authorization and secure communication within and across the tiers of distributed .NET Web applications.
This article discusses different options you as a developer have in ASP.NET to send data from one ASP.NET page to another. Since you cannot use ASP.NET Web Controls (System.Web.UI.WebControls) in such a scenario (which only allow posting back of data to the same page), this article discusses other ways like using HttpContext object.
In this article we will take a quick look at two methods for creating SHA1 passwords for use on the web using .NET. It is dangerous to store passwords anywhere in plain text!! SHA1 gives a quick and easy way to encode a password into a non-human readable form. This means it is safer to store in a database, and should the database be viewed by anyone who shouldn't know the passwords, it will be much more difficult for them to work out what a user's password is.
This article provides one solution for replicating content to multiple share locations using VB.Net. 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.
A comprehensive tutorial on viewing, adding, editing and removing records from MySQL database using ASP.NET DataGrid control. Provides thorough coverage of ADO.NET data access techniques and user data input validation using ASP.NET validation controls.
This step-by-step tutorial makes use of over 20 images to describe every step in detail from obtaining, installing, configuring and running MySQL on Windows to insalling/uninstalling MySQL as a Windows service, creating a new table, populating it with some records and displaying those records in an ASP.NET page. Also explains the advantages of using MySQL on Windows with ASP.NET. All the code is available for download.
The CLR provides a security model which is layered on top of that provided by the underlying operating system. It acts as another "hurdle" one must cross in order to access various resources and services.