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Inside Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010 by Andrew Connell Ted Pattison Scot Hillier, and David Mann

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Chapter 5. Pages and Navigation

Microsoft SharePoint Foundation is built on top of ASP.NET. It would be impossible for you to really understand how SharePoint Foundation processes the request for pages without a basic knowledge of the underlying architecture and page processing model of the ASP.NET Framework. For this reason, we will begin this chapter by explaining how key features of ASP.NET have been integrated into SharePoint Foundation.

After examining how SharePoint Foundation processes various types of pages, the chapter will focus on creating pages within a sandboxed solution. This will teach you how to create pages and a navigation scheme for scenarios where your SharePoint solutions are required to run under the constraints of the SharePoint ...

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