Code Partitioning

ASP.NET offers better solutions for code partitioning than were offered with traditional ASP. In traditional ASP, your primary options were to put your partitioned code into include files, separate ASP files that you executed with Server.Execute or business object components. The extra overhead of having multiple copies of include files in memory (one for each file that uses it) made this solution undesirable. Using Server.Execute was somewhat helpful, but you could not pass the executed ASP file any additional query string parameters. Business object components were the only good alternative in traditional ASP. With ASP.NET, you can use include files (not recommended) and business object components, as well as two new techniques ...

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