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Building Websites with DotNetNuke 5 by Ian Lackey, Michael Washington

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Putting it all together

We have spent some time looking at some of the major pieces that make up the core architecture. You might be asking yourself how all this works together. In this section, we will walk you through an overview version of what happens when a user requests a page on your portal.

Putting it all together

A shown in the preceding diagram, when a user requests any page on your portal, the HTTP Modules that have been declared in the web.config file are hooked into the pipeline. Typically, these modules use the Init method to attach event handlers to application events.

The request then goes through the Global.asax page. As just mentioned, some of the events ...

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