FIT5032 Final Revision Neal e. onprerender i. just before the control is rendered f. selectindexchanged and checkchanged i. the contents of a control have been altered, such as a checkbox clicked or a list item selected. Only applies to list items a 7. ASP Panel a. Used as a container of other controls Week3 1. Master & Content Page 2. Theme a. CSS files are the cascading style sheet files i. These contain all the HTML layout definitions b. SKIN files are like style sheets for the ASP controls Week4 1. ASP.NET Validation Controls 2. Site Map 3. Tree View Control a. Used to display a site map of a website.
FIT5032 Final Revision Neal b. The map is clickable: clicking on an entry loads the relevant page, the tree can be expanded 4. IIS and ASP.NET implementation of Authentication a. Anonymous authentication i. Allowed by default for all new IIS Applications ii. all application pools operate under the Network Service account iii. or the Default Application Pool account iv. These user accounts have low-level user access rights. v. Users do not have to log on to access the web site. b. ASP.NET impersonation i. IIS allows us to specify a user to impersonate when executing scripts c. Basic authentication i. requires that users provide a valid user name and password to access content. ii. This authentication also works across firewalls and proxy servers. iii. A good choice when you want to restrict access to some, but not all, content on a server. iv. Disadvantage of Basic authentication is that it transmits unencrypted base64- encoded passwords across the network. v. Anonymous Authentication must be disabled in order for Basic Authentication to work.
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