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IIS/ASP.NET Cookieless Support Not Working As Expected
In one of the environments I work, cookies cannot be used because the pages run inside web browser controls running on a client application and cookies end up being shared by all browsers. Fortunately, ASP.NET allows us to persist some cookies as part...

Posted Fri, Aug 1 2008 1:23 by Paulo Morgado | 2 comment(s)

Other Ways For Making PathInfo And ASP.NET Themes Work Together
On my last post I wrote about a solution for the problem that arises when we try the use path infos and ASP.NET Themes and Skins together . Raj Kaimal   suggested rewriting all LINK HTML elements URLs to the correct URL as seen from the client. Something...

Posted Fri, Jul 25 2008 1:07 by Paulo Morgado | 2 comment(s)

WCSF 2.0 And IIS7 Integrated Pipeline Mode
While preparing the demos for my session at TechDays Portugal 2008 , I've noticed that the Web Client Software Factory 2.0 doesn't work with IIS7 in integrated pipeline mode because it's trying to access the Request property of the current...

Posted Tue, Mar 11 2008 11:06 by Paulo Morgado | 19 comment(s)

Are Page Modules Still Useful In IIS7?
With IIS7 a new transfer method is available in the HttpServerUtility class . It's the TransferRequest method . What this method is intended to do is behave like the HttpResponse.Redirect method without the penalty of traveling to the client and back...

Posted Mon, Oct 15 2007 1:19 by Paulo Morgado | with no comments