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Test: Using an AJAX Server Control from a web site

1. The third-party custom control / server control you intend to use in your web site is available as a dll. Where would you typically place this dll file?



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Correct Answer: In the Bin directory
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The custom control dll would typically be placed in the Bin directory.

Even with the custom control from the same project in Visual Studio, when you drag-drop a control on to a page, Visual Studio 2008 automatically creates a Bin directory in the site (if it is not already there) and then copies the assembly file (for example, AjaxServerControl1.dll; the pdb file, which contains the symbolic information is also copied to the Bin directory).
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This article talks about using an AJAX Server Control from a web site. Registering the control and adding a ScriptManager are also discussed.
This test has questions about using an AJAX Server Control from a web site. Registering the control and adding a ScriptManager are also included.

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