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R090020202365 R09002020

Mohit Sharma Vaibhav Sharma

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Presentation Outline: Introduction of ASP.NET Various Controls in ASP.NET

Data Controls Login Controls Validation Controls Web Parts Controls

ASP.NET is a unified Web development model that includes the

services necessary for you to build enterprise-class Web applications with a minimum of coding. ASP.NET is part of the .NET Framework, and when coding ASP.NET applications you have access to classes in the .NET Framework. You can code your applications in any language compatible with the common language runtime (CLR), including Microsoft Visual Basic, C#, JScript .NET, and J#.

Some of the features of ASP.NET are :

Page and Controls Framework ASP.NET Compiler Security Infrastructure State-Management Facilities ASP.NET Configuration Health Monitoring and Performance Features Debugging Support


DataGrid Control

Diagram of DataGrid Control

FormView Control

Diagram of FormView Control

Repeater Control

Diagram of Repeater Control


Allows editing and viewing data with individuals controls changes to the data can be updated automatically by using this control. GRID VIEW CONTROL:Allows to display multiple rows of the data in a tabular format. REPEATER CONTROL:Is similar to data list control .in addition it allows to create a free form layout to display the data.

The Login control displays a user interface for user

authentication. The Login control contains text boxes for the user name and password and a check box that allows users to indicate whether they want the server to store their identity using ASP.NET membership and automatically be authenticated the next time they visit the site. The Login control has properties for customized display, for customized messages, and for links to other pages where users can change their password or recover a forgotten password.

Login View Control Login Status Control Login Name C0ntrol Password Recovery Control Create User Wizard Control Change Password Control

The following three elements are required for all login scenarios: A unique user name to identify the user. A password to verify the identity of the user. A login button to send the login information to the server. The Login control also provides the following optional UI elements that support additional functions: A link for a password reminder.

A Help link for users who are having trouble

logging in. A Register New User link that redirects users to a registration page. Instruction text that appears on the login form. Custom error text that appears if the login fails. A custom action that occurs when login succeeds. A way to hide the login control if the user is already logged in to the site.


RequiredFieldValidation Control Compare Validation Control

Range Validation Control

Regular Expression Validation Control Custom Validation Control Validation Summary Control

ASP.NET Web Parts is an integrated set of controls for creating

Web sites that enable end users to modify the content, appearance, and behavior of Web pages directly from a browser. The modifications can be applied to all users on the site or to individual users. When users modify pages and controls, the settings can be saved to retain a user's personal preferences across future browser sessions, a feature called personalization. These Web Parts capabilities mean that developers can empower end users to personalize a Web application dynamically, without developer or administrator intervention.

working with web parts controls can be done in one out of three ways creating pages that uses web parts controls creating individual web parts controls creating complete personal web application