Chapter 17. The Asp.Net Application Environment

Topics in This Chapter

  • HTTP Request and Response Objects: These ASP.NET classes correspond closely to the HTTP request and response specifications, and expose information about a request or response through class properties.

  • Configuration Files: Configuration files provide an easy way to specify the behavior and performance of a Web application. Focus is on the web.config file.

  • ASP.NET Security: Forms Authentication is a platform-neutral technique that can be used to control who can access a Web page. An example demonstrates the use of Forms Authentication to manage authentication and authorization.

  • State Management: Both the Application and Session classes can be used to maintain information during ...

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