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    This step-by-step article describes how to configure different ASP.NET versions for different Web applications running on the same Web server. This article also describes how to configure an ASP.NET application to target a specific version of the .NET...
    This article demonstrates how to improve the performance of ASP.NET applications by caching entire ASP.NET pages with the @ OutputCache page directive. You can also the @ OutputCache page directive to cache specific portions of an ASP.NET page, though...
    Active Server Pages (ASP) and ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) cannot access a Microsoft Access database across a universal naming convention (UNC) Path. The following error message is generated:
    This article includes a list of ASP error codes that may be returned while an Active Server Pages (ASP) page is processing. This may vary depending on the version of Internet Information Services (IIS) that you use.
    When building an ASP.NET project using Visual Studio, you may randomly see an error message similar to the following: Common scenarios where this error can occur are discussed in the More Information section below.
    When an ASP page that uses the Request.BinaryRead() method generates an error and control is passed to the 500-100.asp error page, the following error is generated:
    This article provides an introduction to ASP.NET caching. For additional ASP.NET overviews, refer to the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article:
    This step-by-step article discusses how to implement forms-based security for Active Server Pages (ASP) applications. You can use this mechanism when your application is security enhanced or when you want to allow only authenticated users. You can also...
    When an error occurs in server-side script, Active Server Pages (ASP) stops running the code and displays the error that is associated with the problem that it encountered. However, you may prefer to let the code continue to run despite the error and...
    Explains that the debugger does not hit breakpoints that you set in client-side script code when you debug ASP.NET Web applications. To resolve this problem, use the Running Documents Window to set breakpoints after you start to debug.

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