In this article, Gayan Peiris examines using the SharePoint Object Model to access SharePoint site information from an ASP.NET web application. It should be of particular interest to SharePoint administrators who can use the included code as a starting point for development of their own web-based SharePoint administration application.
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Code Access Security (CAS) is the .NET Framework security model that grants code permission to resources based on "evidence" pertaining to the encapsulating assembly. In this article, David Myers examines CAS and explains different configuration methods.
Matt Duckhouse demonstrates how to build graphics on-the-fly by developing an ASP.NET page that creates a simple bar chart.
In this article, Thiru Thangarathinam examines .NET 2.0's new ClickOnce deployment technology that is designed to ease deployment of Windows forms applications. This new technology not only provides an easy application installation mechanism, it also eases deployment of upgrades to existing applications.
This article walks you through the process of building a simple .NET command-line application that is designed to be scheduled to execute. The sample application will send an HTTP request to a web server and send the returned HTML as the body of an email message. Once the application is complete, the article will examine how to schedule it to run using Windows Scheduled Tasks.
When implementing custom components that require access to restricted resources, implicit impersonation must be used. Jay Nathan shows how to create a class that makes using .NET Impersonation a snap.