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Table Of Contents

About the Authors
About the Technical Reviewers
Jonathan Goodyear
Brian Peek
Brad Fox
Tell Us What You Think
Who Will Benefit from This Book?
Who Is This Book Not For?
Organization of This Book
Source Code and Errata
Part I: ASP Debugging Basics
Chapter 1. Conceptual Framework
Understanding Server-Side Events
New Language Options
Chapter 2. Traditional Approaches to Debugging in ASP
Structure of Pre–ASP.NET Pages
Problems and Shortcomings
Old Strategies That Still Do the Job Well
An ASP Debug Object
Chapter 3. Debugging Strategies
Tier Sandboxes
A Convenient Data Link File Feature
Divide and Conquer
Plan for Debugging from the Start
Beyond the Basics
Simple Before Complex
Notes About This Part of the Example
Turtle Makes the Wiser
Chapter 4. Code Structure That Eases Debugging
Code Partitioning
Control-of-Flow Guidelines
Structured Exception Handling
Global Exception Handling
Part II: ASP.NET Debugging Tools
Chapter 5. Conditional Compiling
What Is Conditional Compiling?
Other Preprocessor Directives
Chapter 6. Tracing
Trace Output
Setting Trace Messages
Trace Viewer
Tracing via Components
Tips for Using Trace Information
Chapter 7. Visual Studio .NET Debugging Environment
Introduction to Features
Inline Debugging of ASP.NET Pages
Inline Debugging of Components
Remote Debugging
Chapter 8. Leveraging the Windows 2000 Event Log
The Windows 2000 Event Log Defined
Web Applications Can Use the Event Log
The System.Diagnostics Event Log Interface
Custom Event Logs
Handling Different Types Of Events
Access Event Log Data via the Web
Part III: Debugging the New ASP.NET Features
9. Debugging Server-Side Controls
Creating the Project
Debugging the Control
Chapter 10. Debugging Data-Bound Controls
Data-Bound Controls
Debugging Templates
Namespace Issues
XML Binding
Chapter 11. Debugging User Controls
User Control Basics
Adding Properties and Methods
Dynamic User Controls
Chapter 12. Caching Issues and Debugging
Output Caching
The Caching API
Part IV: Debugging Related Technologies
Chapter 13. Debugging Web Services
Web Services Stumbling Blocks
Error Messages
Problems Working with XMLSerializer
Working with Errors in SOAP
Error Returning Certain Types of Data
Working with Streams
Basic Web Services Debugging
Problems Deploying Your Web Service?
Chapter 14. Debugging .NET Components and HttpHandlers
The Component
State-Management Issues
Required Location for Web.config File
.NET Components Versus Registered COM Components
Chapter 15. COM+ Issues
Role-Based Security
Component Services Microsoft Management Console
Transaction Issues
Chapter 16. Debugging ADO.NET
Understanding the System.Data Namespace
Catching SQL Errors
Working with Transactions
Error Codes and How to Debug Them
Column-Level Security
Common Pitfalls
SQL ADO.NET Objects Versus OleDb ADO.NET Objects
Data Connection Performance Note
Appendix A. Issues that Arise When Migrating from ASP to ASP.NET
Moving from ASP to ASP.NET
Moving from VBScript to Visual Basic
Opting for C#
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