Understanding Page Class in ASP.NET 2.0
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Published: 31 Mar 2008
Abstract
In this article, Sanjit describes the objects, events, properties, and methods of the Page class. He begins with a short overview and then explores the various objects such as Session, Application, Cache, Request, Response, Server, and User with a brief description of each method found in the related object along with relevant source code.
by SANJIT SIL
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Introduction

All web forms are actually instances of the ASP.NET page class, which is defined in the System.Web.UI namespace. The Page class inherits from the TemplateControl class, which in turn inherits from the Control class. As a result, the Page class provides useful properties and methods that we can use in our code. The sample code snippets have been written in C#.


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