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ASP.net2.0 Faq

ASP.net2.0 Faq

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Asp.NET 2.0 Job Interview Questions (Part 1)
What are the new Data Controls in Asp.net 2.0?
 Data access in ASP.NET 2.0 can be accomplished completely declaratively (no code) using the new data-bound and datasource controls. There are new data source controls to represent different data backends such as SQL database, businessobjects, and XML, and there are new data-bound controls for rendering common UI for data, such as gridview,detailsview, and formview.2.
What are the new Navigation Controls in Asp.net 2.0?
 The navigation controls provide common UI for navigating between pages in your site, such as treeview, menu, andsitemappath. These controls use the site navigation service in ASP.NET 2.0 to retrieve the custom structure you havedefined for your site.3.
What are the new Login Controlsin Asp.net 2.0?
 The new login controls provide the building blocks to add authentication and authorization-based UI to your site, such aslogin forms, create user forms, password retrieval, and custom UI for logged in users or roles. These controls use the built-in membership and role services in ASP.NET 2.0 to interact with the user and role information defined for your site.4.
What are the new Web Part Controls in Asp.net 2.0 ?
 Web parts are an exciting new family of controls that enable you to add rich, personalized content and layout to your site,as well as the ability to edit that content and layout directly from your application pages. These controls rely on the personalization services in ASP.NET 2.0 to provide a unique experience for each user in your application.5.
What are Master Pages?
 This feature provides the ability to define common structure and interface elements for your site, such as a page header,footer, or navigation bar, in a common location called a "master page", to be shared by many pages in your site. In onesimple place you can control the look, feel, and much of functionality for an entire Web site. This improves themaintainability of your site and avoids unnecessary duplication of code for shared site structure or behavior.6.
What are Themes and Skins in 2.0, explain usgae scenario?
 The themes and skins features in ASP.NET 2.0 allow for easy customization of your site's look-and-feel. You can definestyle information in a common location called a "theme", and apply that style information globally to pages or controls inyour site. Like Master Pages, this improves the maintainability of your site and avoid unnecessary duplication of code for shared styles.7.
What is a profile object, why is it used?
Using the new personalization services in ASP.NET 2.0 you can easily create customized experiences within Webapplications. The Profile object enables developers to easily build strongly-typed, sticky data stores for user accounts and build highly customized, relationship based experiences. At the same time, a developer can leverage Web Parts and the personalization service to enable Web site visitors to completely control the layout and behavior of the site, with theknowledge that the site is completely customized for them. Personalizaton scenarios are now easier to build than ever  before and require significantly less code and effort to implement.8.
What is Configuration API?
 ASP.NET 2.0 contains new configuration management APIs, enabling users to programmatically build programs or scripts that create, read, and update Web.config and machine.config configuration files.9.
What is MMC Admin Tool?
 ASP.NET 2.0 provides a new comprehensive admin tool that plugs into the existing IIS Administration MMC, enablingan administrator to graphically read or change common settings within our XML configuration files.10.
xplain the use of Pre-compilation Tool?
 ASP.NET 2.0 delivers a new application deployment utility that enables both developers and administrators to precompile a dynamic ASP.NET application prior to deployment. This precompilation automatically identifies anycompilation issues anywhere within the site, as well as enables ASP.NET applications to be deployed without any source being stored on the server (one can optionally remove the content of .aspx files as part of the compile phase), further  protecting your intellectual property.11.
ow is application management and maintenance improved in Asp.net 2.0?
 ASP.NET 2.0 also provides new health-monitoring support to enable administrators to be automatically notified when anapplication on a server starts to experience problems. New tracing features will enable administrators to capture run-timeand request data from a production server to better diagnose issues. ASP.NET 2.0 is delivering features that will enabledevelopers and administrators to simplify the day-to-day management and maintenance of their Web applications.12.
What are Provider-driven Application Services? explain in detail?
 ASP.NET 2.0 now includes built-in support for membership (user name/password credential storage) and rolemanagement services out of the box. The new personalization service enables quick storage/retrieval of user settings and preferences, facilitating rich customization with minimal code. The new site navigation system enables developers toquickly build link structures consistently across a site. As all of these services are provider-driven, they can be easilyswapped out and replaced with your own custom implementation. With this extensibility option, you have completecontrol over the data store and schema that drives these rich application services.13.
xplain Server Control
xtensibility with reference to Asp.net 2.0 ?
 ASP.NET 2.0 includes improved support for control extensibility, such as more base classes that encapsulate common

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