understanding asp.net inbuilt object

understanding asp.net inbuilt object:-

asp.net inbuilt object:-

  1. response
  2. request
  3. context
  4. server
  5. application
  6. session 
  7. trace
  • response object:-

-> this class is used to inject text into the page, jump to another page.

HTML view:-

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<body>

<p>ASP present plain text:</p>

<%response.write("Hello Friends!")%>

</body>
</html>



coding view:-

Partial Class _Default
Inherits System.Web.UI.Page

Protected Sub Page_Load(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles Me.Load
Response.Write("hii")

End Sub
End Class
  • request object:-

-> When a browser asks for a page from a server, it is called a request. use of a the page request to get information from a visitor.

-> we are going to view only request.querystring()only.

  • context object:-

-> it provides access to the entire current context(including the request object).

-> we can use this class to share information between pages.

  • application object:-

-> it provides access to application-wide methods and events for all sessions.

-> we will see this topic in application state management.

  • session object:-

-> it provides information to the current user session.

-> we will see this topic in a session management.

  • trace object:-

-> it provides a way to display both system and custom trace diagnostic messages in the HTTP page output.













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