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  • Directives for Asp.Net Web Pages
  • Directives for Asp.Net Web Pages

    Directives are used to specify the settings used by the page or usercontrol compilers to process pages or usercontrol files

    There are 11 types of directives
    1.@Page: This is used to define page specific attributes. It is used only in .aspx files
    2.@Control: This is used to define Control specific attributes. It is used only in .ascx files
    3.@Master: This is used to define masterpage specific attribute. It is used only in .master files
    4.@Import: This is used to import a namespace in to the current page or usercontrol
    5.@Register: This is used to render usercontrols and custom server controls in to a current page or usercontrol
    6.@Assembly: This is used to link an assembly in to the current page or usercontrol.
    7.@Reference: This is used to link a page or usercontrol in to current page or usercontrol
    8.@Implements: This is used to implement a specific .Net framework Interface in to current page or usercontrol
    9.@Outputcache: This is used to apply cache techniques in to the current page or usercontrol
    10.@MasterType: This defines a class or virtual path used to type the master property of a page
    11.@Previouspagetype: This is used to create a strongly typed reference to the source page from the target of a cross page posting.
    By Sri - Sep 04 2009 Reply » Save » Print »

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