Run ASP.NET Web Application from Command Prompt

By | February 28, 2011

Visual Studio has its own integrated ASP.NET Runtime engine, which helps to run any ASP.NET web application with in Visual Studio.  While running application from Visual Studio, you must have seen a popup notification in System Tray (As shown in below image) , which is notification of ASP.NET Development Server. This ASP.NET Development Server is nothing but a… Read More »

Save IntelliTrace Log from IntelliTrace Window

By | February 24, 2011

Visual Studio 2010 SP1 beta allows you to save IntelliTrace information from IntelliTrace Window. During debugging you may found, the current debugging information is important for you and it’s needs to be save and you don’t want restart the debug session. For this type of situation now you can save log information from IntelliTrace window itself. From Visual… Read More »

How EnableViewStateMAC Makes ViewState Secure ?

By | February 24, 2011

The ASP.NET ViewState is a client side state management mechanism. The ViewState is stored in a hidden field with an ID __VIEWSTATE. Typically, stored ViewState information looks like: ViewState value looks likes an encrypted string. This is nothing but a Base64 encoded string, and is not an encrypted string. So it can be easily decoded. The main reasons… Read More »