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Microsoft® Visual J#™ .NET (Core Reference) by John/Longshaw, Andy Sharp

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ASP.NET Web Forms

To see how Web Forms work, let’s create an ASP.NET version of the HTML form you saw earlier. To create an ASP.NET Web Form, you select the ASP.NET Web Application template from the Visual J# Projects in the New Project dialog box, as shown in Figure 16-6.

The ASP.NET application will need to run under the ASP.NET runtime, which in turn will need the facilities of a Web server such as that provided by IIS. Therefore, the application files (including the Visual Studio .NET project files) will be created in a new virtual directory under IIS. The name of the directory will be the name of the project, and you can define which server you want to create the directory on. As you create the ASP.NET project, Visual Studio .NET will contact ...

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