Displaying Master-Detail Data in ASP.NET 2.0 Wednesday, Apr 12 2006 

In this tutorial you will learn how to display Master-Detail Data on Separate Pages, create the details page, test the pages and Allow Editing, Deleting, and Inserting Using a DetailsView DataBound control.A variation of the GridView and DetailsView control is the display on separate pages. Each record has an hyperlink which enables them to navigate to a second page where they can view the detail records in a DetailsView control…more>> http://www.exforsys.com/content/view/1657/240/


Creating N-tier Web Application Using Visual Studio 2005 Wednesday, Apr 5 2006 

I've found a great article to create a web application using Visual Studio 2005.

The author writes, "When .NET Framework was first introduced, it provided excellent features that made the construction of ASP.NET applications a breezy experience. Now the next version of .NET Framework (version 2.0) along with SQL Server 2005 builds on the foundation of the previous versions and introduces some new features that can greatly aid in the design and development of N-Tier ASP.NET 2.0 applications. In this article, I will show you to how to construct an N-Tier ASP.NET 2.0 Web application by leveraging the new features of ASP.NET 2.0 and SQL Server 2005 such as TableAdapter Configuration Wizard, ObjectDataSource Control, App_Code directory to store reusable components, Master Pages, CLR Stored Procedures, and Caching. Along the way, I will also highlight the best practices of using the new ASP.NET features for building N-Tier enterprise class Web applications. From an implementation standpoint, Part-1 of this article will focus on the creation of CLR stored procedures and the data access components in addition to describing the overall architecture of the sample application. Part-2 will focus on the business logic layer object, ASP.NET user interface pages, caching and so on."

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Writing SQL Queries: Let’s Start with the Basics Tuesday, Apr 4 2006 

Summary: Learn to be more productive with SQL Server 2005 Express Edition with this quick introduction to the T-SQL language and the basics of getting information from the database using the SELECT statement…more>>

Customizing SharePoint Context Menus Saturday, Apr 1 2006 


Drop-down menus in Windows SharePoint Services and SharePoint Portal Server 2003 enable actions that relate to a specific document in a document library to be viewed and invoked. This article shows how these document context menus can be extended to add custom menu items. The document first explains how SharePoint document library context menus work, and then demonstrates how custom menu items can be added.