Visual Studio .NET Advanced Topics - Using Rich Web Controls and Debugging Applications
This online training course explains how to use the AdRotator, Calendar, and Xml Web server controls. The course also provides an overview of ASP.NET Web application debugging, covering page-level and application-level tracing, error handling, and using Visual Studio .NET's built-in debugger.
This lesson is part of our Visual Studio .NET Advanced Topics online training series which contains 28 hours of self-paced courseware. Our web-based training provides 1 year of unlimited access.
After completing this course you will be able to:
- Describe and use AdRotator control properties and events
- Describe and use Calendar control properties and events
- Use the Xml Web Server control
- Implement page-level and application-level tracing
- Display and log error messages
- Attach the debugger to an application at runtime
- AdRotator Control Properties
- AdRotator Control Events
- Calendar Control Properties
- Calendar Control Events
- Using the Xml Web Server Control
- Page-Level Tracing
- Application-Level Tracing
- Displaying Custom Error Messages
- Logging Error Messages
- Attaching the Debugger at Runtime
This course is for anyone who wants to get the most out of using Visual Studio .NET Advanced Topics.
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