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Visual Basic 2005 Jumpstart by Wei-Meng Lee

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Testing the Application

With the entire application built, it is now time to test it out.

  1. To get started, select Main.aspx in Solution Explorer and then press F5 to debug the application.

  2. In Main.aspx, add a few items into the shopping cart, as shown in Figure 5-26.

    Adding items to a shopping cart and then checking out

    Figure 5-26. Adding items to a shopping cart and then checking out

  3. When you are done adding the items, click the Checkout button and you will be redirected to the Login.aspx page (see Figure 5-27).

  4. Since you have not registered for an account yet, click on the "here" link to load the Register.aspx page (see Figure 5-28). Enter the required information and click Create User.

    Tip

    You should use a strong password consisting of a mixture of alphanumeric values and special characters. For example, you can use password such as pass@word1. ASP.NET 2.0 requires passwords to have a mixture of numerals (0–9), letters (a–z, A–Z), and special characters (such as # and !). It will also reject passwords that are less than seven characters.

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