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Monthly Archives: October 2004

ASP.NET base class refined for total control – level 300

In my last post, I wrote about creating an ASP.NET base class that is in complete control of its execution without the possibility of a derived page executing code when it shouldn’t.  With OOP, we can’t guarantee this if we … Continue reading 

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ASP.NET base page that controls page executiong – level 300

Have you ever wanted to make an ASP.NET base page that controls execution of any aspx that inherits from it?  Like controlling exactly WHEN the Page_Load logic occurs?  Maybe logging the beginning and ending of the Load method.  I’ve come … Continue reading 

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Virtual Server uses VNC – level 200

I have used VPC 2004, and now I have Virtual Server 2005 installed on my second machine, and I have server images set up with all my different environments.  I’m installing Yukon right now.  I found it interesting that vServer … Continue reading 

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Another Content Management System (CMS) – level 200

I’ve noticed that there more content management systems popping up, and they are all written in .Net.  There’s the hugely famous, DotNetNuke, I’ve got one (EZWeb), David Neal has one, and isn’t .Text a CMS in itself?  How long will it … Continue reading 

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With ADO.NET, if the DB schema changes, restart your app – level 200

Wow!  Hard-to-find bugs can really give you insight into how the .Net Framework works.  I recently just battled an elusive bug that turned out to be quite simple.  In a history table, I logged events.  Each event had a description … Continue reading 

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