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Inside Microsoft® Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.0 by Daniel Larson, Ted Pattison

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Creating Custom Application Pages

This chapter is accompanied by a sample Visual Studio project named CustomApplicationPages. This project contains several different examples of application pages such as Hello.aspx, ApplicationPage1.aspx, ApplicationPage2.aspx, and ApplicationPage3.aspx. This Visual Studio project also has a post-build event that runs a batch file named install.bat, which copies the application pages to where they need to be deployed inside the \LAYOUTS directory. The install.bat file also installs a feature named CustomApplicationPages, which adds menu items to the Site Actions menu of the current site and allows users to navigate the project's application pages.

Once you open the CustomApplicationPages project, you should build ...

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