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Asp.net Programming

Subject : it-skills
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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1. The processing steps for an ASP.NET page. Includes initialization - instantiating controls - restoring and maintaining state - running event handler code - and rendering.






2. Of the controls that you can use to display and edit data on your web pages - _____ is designed to show a single record at a time






3. Asynchronous JavaScript and XML; a combination of technologies that enable Web applications to make quick - incremental updates to the user interface without reloading the entire browser page






4. The D in CRUD stands for_______






5. This event fires right after you modify an existing record in the database (assume you are using GridView to modify the record)






6. To discard old trace records when the maximum number of trace requests are reached - use ______ attribute






7. To link to other pages within your site use _______






8. when sub objects don't load unless they are explicitly told too






9. Takes care of managing client script files and server-side Ajax behavior






10. A language for describing web services and how to access them.






11. A set of components which can be invoked - and whose interface descriptions can be published and discovered






12. Test performed - to determine how fast some aspect of a system performs under a particular workload. Verifies scalability - reliability and resource usage.






13. An automatic way to associate page events and methods - no explicit Handles clause or delegate is needed






14. The name of tag you use to define the error page (or pages) you want to show - within web.config






15. A set of ASP.NET controls that enable you to validate user input on the client and server-side.






16. Takes care of managing client script files and server-side Ajax behavior






17. Submits data to be processed. The data is included in the body of the request. This may result in the creation of a new resource or the updates of existing resources or both






18. A subroutine that is stored in the database and executed by calling it directly from the client






19. In a sitemap file - the name of the attribute which you use to specify text that will be displayed when the user hovers over a particular Menu / Tree view element in the browser






20. Set the _________ property to change the symbol/text between elements of the path in a SiteMapControl






21. Allow the definition of a class - struct - or interface to be split into multiple files






22. A set of components which can be invoked - and whose interface descriptions can be published and discovered






23. When an exception occurs - the remainder of the code in the ____ block is skipped






24. JavaScript syntax for storing and exchanging text information






25. A subroutine that is stored in the database and executed by calling it directly from the client






26. Stores a control's essential data that must be available on postback to enable the control to function even when view state has been disabled.






27. Data source controls you use to bind hierarchical XML based data






28. Kind of database you are most likely to encounter when using ASP.NET






29. Asynchronous JavaScript and XML; a combination of technologies that enable Web applications to make quick - incremental updates to the user interface without reloading the entire browser page






30. Microsoft proprietary extension to SQL






31. Microsoft's source control software package oriented towards small software development projects.






32. An API used to send HTTP requests directly to a web server and load the server response data directly back into the script.






33. A popular JavaScript framework that simplifies working with the DOM - visual effects - event handling - and AJAX






34. This type of column / field within GridView in the default field for most data base types






35. A panel that can be shown during the execution of an asynchronous Ajax operation






36. The keyboard shortcut would you use to RESTART debugging






37. A set of ASP.NET controls that enable you to validate user input on the client and server-side.






38. Test conducted to determine if the requirements of a specification or contract are met. Business Analysts play the role of the end-users.






39. The control can I use to find out the user's name






40. integrated source control - issue tracking - and process management for development teams.






41. Technique used to store copies of data in a location that is quicker to access than the original source; in order to improve performance






42. An HTTP POST to the same page that the form is on.






43. Users will need reauthenticate each time they close and reopen the browser if this property is set to false.






44. The type of field allows you to set up delete control within the corresponding properties window






45. An open-source application security project.






46. Data is added to the requested address for a page. That data can be retrieved using the QueryString property Should be used for retrieval only






47. presents an HTML document as a tree structure and defines a standard way to manipulate HTML elements






48. responsible for ensuring that various component projects of a particular software release meet customer needs and are brought together and released on time with high quality






49. The control allows you to display different data to different types of users






50. Test that seeks to uncover new errors in existing functionality after changes have been made to a system - such as functional enhancements - patches - or configuration changes