In many web applications it is desirable for both intranet users and external parties to be able to seamlessly log onto the system. The problem this raises is that it is not easy to allow intranet users to log in via Windows integrated authentication while also allowing external parties to log in to the same application using standard forms authentication. This article will show you one way to achieve the best of both worlds when it comes to authentication.
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Thom Robbins explains how DataSet object features can be combined with XML to create a new type of object called the typed DataSet, which simplifies the task of data navigation.
Ever developed a Web application that requires extensive processing? Ever had long running Web pages that often time out in the browser? Greg Huber reveals a simple technique that uses Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) and the System.Messaging framework to handle long running Web processes.
Most web-based slide show applications depend on a database for some or all of the storage. This application allows you to show pictures from a directory structure without any underlying database. The application uses an ASP.NET 2.0 TreeView control for file system navigation and the AJAX 1.0 SlideShow Extender to display the images found in the directory.
The LINQ (Language INtegrated Query) family of technologies is designed to provide a unified approach to accessing data from disparate data sources. This article series will take you from the very basics all the way to performing data access using LINQ. The first installment of the series will focus on the basics of LINQ, introducing the new features of C# 3.0, and how they can be used in conjunction with LINQ.
This article on .NET CodeDom technology introduces .NET CodeDom by examining the inputs and outputs of a working source code generator.