The life of an ASP.NET Request
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Published: 07 Sep 2002
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Abstract
Although it may not seem like it, the way that ASP.NET processes your HTTP Request and returns your web page is a lot more complex than it may seem. This article will look at the HTTP Pipeline in ASP.NET and the lead up to your rendered pages.
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Introduction
Introduction

Although it may seem like it, the way that ASP.NET processes your HTTP Request and returns your web page is a lot more complex than it may seem. The HTTP Pipeline in ASP.NET is a large (but streamlined) process where requests go in and pages come out. In other articles I have looked at the Page object and the role that it plays in providing content, but this article is going to look at the processes before it.


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Title: very useful   
Name: Kaja Moinudeen
Date: 2004-09-29 3:12:44 AM
Comment:
This articles gives a very good picture ofthe asp.net processes.
Excellent

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