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    Unanswered: Explain life cycle of ASP page

    Hi...

    tell me about the life cycle of ASP page...........

    I appreciate your views...So, participate and please share with me..

    Thanks & Regards
    Manish

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    stages in the life cycle of an asp page

    1. write code
    2. test code
    3. fix code
    4. test code
    5. go back to 3. until no errors
    6. move page to production environment
    7. go back to 3. until no more user enhancement requests
    8. application is retired, page is moved to archive and deleted
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    I assume you mean lifecycle in ASP.NET.

    Google up "ASP.NET page lifecycle". That's all I would do to answer this question. There are a couple really good resources on asp.net/learn and msdn that cover the lifecycle with illustrations/matrixes and the like. Much better than I could do for you on my own.
    oh yeah... documentation... I have heard of that.

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    Hi,

    Thanks a lot r937 and teddy for your support.. You have shared a very informative stuff.. I would like to appreciate both of you for this job..


    Keep sharing more informative stuff you know about it..

    regards
    Manish

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    If you start even smelling like you're going to start spamming, I'm going to swing the banhammer.

    Fair warning.
    oh yeah... documentation... I have heard of that.

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