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Microsoft Forefront UAG 2010 Administrator's Handbook by Ran Dolev, Erez Ben-Ari

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Putting the pieces together

Often, a program is comprised of several (sometimes hundreds or thousands) files that work together. This entails one file "calling" another, or redirecting to another. When a user enters the portal, for example, the file InitParams.aspx is read and executed, and it then redirects to the file InstallAndDetect.asp, which calls a bunch of JavaScript files like LoginTimeout.js, install.js, detection.js and more. Then, it redirects to Login.asp, which is the page in which the user has to feed in his authentication credentials. In the following examples, we see a script (left) that has four include commands, where each of the .inc files has more code that can be used by the primary script. By using .inc files, we can reuse ...

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