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Programming Microsoft® ASP.NET 3.5 by Dino Esposito

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Administering an ASP.NET Application

In addition to working pages, well-done graphics, and back-end services and components, a real-world Web application also requires a set of administrative tools to manage users, security, and configuration. In most cases, these tools consist of a passable and quickly arranged user interface built around a bunch of database tables; application developers are ultimately responsible for building them. To save time, these tools are often created as Windows Forms applications. If the application is properly designed, some business and data access objects created for the site can be reused. Are these external and additional applications always necessary?

Although an ad hoc set of utility applications might be desired ...

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