This section devotes a chapter to each of the following major classes that are available as part of the ASP.NET object model:
- HttpApplication and HttpApplicatonState
Each chapter adheres to a standardized format that includes the following elements:
An introduction, which provides a background on the class and how it is used in an ASP.NET application.
A list of the class members (properties, collections, methods, and events) documented in the chapter.
A Comments/Troubleshooting section that provides helpful tips on using the class or discusses pitfalls commonly encountered when working with the class.
Detailed documentation on class properties, with a separate entry devoted to each property.
Detailed documentation on collections returned by properties of the class, if the class has any, with a separate entry devoted to each collection.
Detailed documentation on class methods, with a separate entry devoted to each method
Detailed documentation on events raised by the class, if the class exposes any, with a separate entry devoted to each event.
In addition, Chapter 20 documents configuration settings that can be found in either machine.config or web.config.