For the modern Web-enabled community to grow and prosper, we need to create
and deploy communication solutions that can collate an assorted collection of data
and applications, while incorporating legacy solutions still in use and allowing for
painless migration to future technologies.
For the Application Service Provider (ASP) to grow and prosper they must provide
reliable access and integration of independent information, applications, and data
stores into dynamic, interactive solutions that delight their customers....
In the previous chapter, you learned how to use the Login
controls to create an entire user registration system. This
chapter looks under the covers and examines the security
frameworks on which the Login controls are built.
The ASP.NET Framework includes four frameworks related
This book covers security topics on a wide range of areas in ASP.NET 2.0 and ASP.NET 3.5. It starts with
an introduction to Internet Information Services 7.0 (IIS 7.0) and then explains in detail the new IIS 7.0 Integrated
mode of execution. Next is detailed coverage of how security is applied when an ASP.NET application
starts up and when a request is processed in the newly introduced integrated request-processing
Web Parts are reusable components that extract data from existing Microsoft or non-Microsoft applications for use in ASP.NET Web pages; they can also be used to build user controls
Presents developers with an understanding of how Web Parts work and how they can be developed
Examines how to secure and integrate Web Parts into other Windows systems (SQL Server, Office, ASP.NET, Content Manager)
To improve screening of containerized cargo for nuclear and radiological material that might be entering the United States, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is seeking to deploy new radiation detectors, called advanced spectroscopic portals (ASPs). The ASPs are intended to replace some or all of the current system of radiation portal monitors (called PVT RPMs) used in conjunction with