Tag Archives: Dev

Compiler directive #Pragma reference

By | June 5, 2011

Compiler directives is always a fun for any language. There are lots of talks around different blogs on compiler directives but there are hardly any talks around my favorite #pragma directives. So lets talk what it is and what it is capable of. In general, Pragma directives are special instruction to the compiler when it compiles a file.… Read More »

Releasing Single / Multiple Files To Pre Compiled ASP.net Web Site

By | May 11, 2011

We most the time run into the issue where we need to release a patch which requires a change in one or multiple code behind files and since your site is compiled, you are put into the state that you have to do a deployment instead of releasing those files. But, fortunately you can do that on a… Read More »

Using Session with in HTTPHandler

By | May 7, 2011

In this tip I am going to discuss how you can use Session with in your custom HTTPHandler.  By default if you try to read or write anything related with Session, you will get an NullReferenceException. If you want to plug Session with in your HttpHandler you have to implement the  marker Interface (Interfaces with no methods are… Read More »

How to store custom objects in web.config ?

By | April 30, 2011

In this Post, I am going to discuss about web.config. Normally in our daily life, we used to have some data in appSettings section of web.config and read it when required. That is in string form. But there are lot more than this. We can update the data in web.config programmatically as well . Now another main point… Read More »

How To Create Session-less Controller in MVC3

By | April 29, 2011

How to manage the controller’s session state? Simply we can decorate the controller class with “SessionState” attribute. [SessionState()] attribute accepts SessionStateBehaviour enumeration. SessionStateBehaviour enumeration has the following constants. SessionStateBehavior.Default – ASP.NET default logic is used to determine the session state behavior for the request. SessionStateBehavior.Required – Full read-write session state behavior is enabled for the request. SessionStateBehavior.ReadOnly –… Read More »