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ASP.Net 2.0 Web Parts in Action: Building Dynamic Web Portals by Darren Neimke

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Chapter 9. Portal management

9.1 Introduction 257
9.2 Preparing for deployment 258
9.3 Recovering from errors gracefully 268
9.4 When all else fails 271
9.5 Summary 281

9.1. Introduction

It seems like ages since we started our journey into the world of web parts and portals and we’ve covered a lot of ground along the way. Having taken on the challenge of creating a web portal for the Adventure Works business, we set about liaising with the end-users of the portal so that we could understand their requirements and ensure that we were building suitable features for them. Well, the good news is that our work is almost complete and soon it will be time to deploy the code onto the company’s web server so the HR employees can begin using their new ...

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