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A big chunk of the MS AJAX client side functionality is in the MicrosoftAjax.js source file. Understanding what’s in this file means understanding the primary concepts of MS AJAX. This article looks at the JavaScript source code available in the MicrosoftAjax.js file.
Microsoft has made MS AJAX open-source. That means, both the server-side and the client-side code is available on your computer when you install MS AJAX. This article looks at where to look for those files.
The backspace escapes the special characters like period in the regular expressions. This article contains some examples of how to match and not match special characters like period.
This article shows how to replace value of just a single key and keep all the other key-value pairs in a querystring for a given page. You might use this to replace a page number in the url of a querystring, for example: mysite.com?key1=value1&page=2&key3=value3.
With ID as a query string parameter (...aspx?ID=...) being a big no-no from the search engine perspective, we would need a way to convert the convenient fake urls into the ones our system understands (like using ID= in the url). There are several ways of accomplishing this; we will look at a couple of quick options.
This article describes a quick and simple way to log all the User-Agent strings to the database. These user agents are browsers, search spiders, etc.
Selecting the top x records from a query using one order by clause and then ordering the records with in that set of records becomes easy with the WITH keyword in SQL Server 2005. This article looks at creating a temporary table and then querying on that table.
SQL Server 2005 provides a way to obtain a range of records obtained from a SELECT statement using row_number. This article has a stored procedure that gives the records of a given pagesize from given pagenumber.
Repeater gives tremendous amount of flexibility in formatting the repeating items the way you want. However, it doesn't have the paging support the way some other data controls do. This article looks adding a navigation bar with paging support to a repeater.
By default SQLEXPRESS is used as the database that contains the membership information. Some thoughts in this regard.
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