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ASP.Net 2.0 Web Parts in Action: Building Dynamic Web Portals by Darren Neimke

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Chapter 4. The Web Part Manager

4.1 Introduction 96
4.2 The Page Lifecycle 100
4.3 Page display modes 101
4.4 Web part authorization 104
4.5 Importing and exporting web parts 108
4.6 Using WebPartManager with master pages 119
4.7 Adventure Works—additions to the HR code 121
4.8 Summary 125

4.1. Introduction

At this point, your knowledge of the portal framework is rounding out. At the beginning of our journey, we peeked in from the top of the portal and saw that web parts can be created to show different views of information. We’ve now descended through several layers of the portal framework, down through connections and into the realm of the web part manager. It is here that we’ve seen the essential services of the framework—such as authentication ...

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