ASPX Pages

Now that there exists two UserControls, it is time to create some aspx pages to host those controls. The first page to implement is the EmployeeEdit page. This allows the EmployeeViewPaglet control to navigate to an edit page. The edit page should allow for changes to the name, department, and to upload a photograph. ASP.NET makes client-side file transfer a snap.


One of the requirements for the EmployeeBrowser site was the ability to edit employee information and the associated photograph. Rather than build another UserControl, this functionality will be implemented within the context of an aspx page. The only reason for doing so is to poke around ASP.NET. The EmployeeEdit page would be a good candidate for a UserControl ...

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