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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

Page Flow Application Block With Page Modules
Introduction In this article I will demonstrate how a web application can benefit from the use of Page Modules using, for the demonstration, the Page Flow Store Quick Start and the Page Flow Application Block shipped with the Web Client Software Factory...

Posted Thu, Sep 27 2007 9:15 by Paulo Morgado | 9 comment(s)

You Don't Always Need Page Modules
From my article on Page Modules some people might have gotten the wrong impression that this would be the only way to get a reference to the page given its path, but it isn't. You can use the System.Web.UI.PageParser.GetCompiledPageInstance method...

Posted Sun, Sep 16 2007 19:02 by Paulo Morgado | with no comments

Introducing ASP.NET Page Modules
From the need to handle events in every rendered page and not wanting to pay the penalties (network usage and server load) of frequent client redirects, I came up with the concept of Page Modules. Read all about it.

Posted Sun, Sep 9 2007 23:58 by Paulo Morgado | with no comments

Introducing ASP.NET Page Modules
(Republished at ) Introduction This article introduces the concept of Page Modules , which are similar to HTTP Modules but related to Page Life Cycle , and the need for them. How HTTP...

Posted Sun, Sep 9 2007 23:43 by Paulo Morgado | 7 comment(s)