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Microsoft® Visual C#® 2008 Step by Step by John Sharp

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Chapter 29. Protecting a Web Site and Accessing Data with Web Forms

After completing this chapter, you will be able to:

  • Restrict access to a Web site by using Microsoft ASP.NET Login controls and Forms-based authentication.

  • Create Web forms that present data from a database using a GridView control.

  • Build Web applications that need to display potentially large volumes of data while minimizing resource use.

  • Update a database from a Web form.

  • Build applications that can pass data between Web forms.

In the previous two chapters, you have seen how to build a Web site that enables the user to enter information and validate the data that was entered. You've also seen in earlier chapters how to build a non-Web-based application that displays and updates data ...

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