ASP.NET Forms Authentication, Part 2
Publish Date: Jan. 20, 2003
ASP.NET brought us Forms Authentication, which encompasses and extends the application security layer seen in most Web applications. We can extend Forms Authentication's functionality to authenticate against the Active Directory, hence adding an OS security level without the user having to provide his or her credentials multiple times. In this article, Abdel Banda explains how to log in with Forms Authentication using an active account in Active Directory.
ASP.NET Forms Authentication - Part 1
Publish Date: Jan. 6, 2003
In many Web applications, there is a need to authenticate users to allow them access to different parts of a site based on their credentials. This article by Abel Banda shows you how you can do this in ASP.NET with Forms Authentication.
Writing Your First COM Component, Part 2
Publish Date: Jan. 28, 2002
In Part 1 of this step-by-step guide, we created a COM component. In this installment, you'll complete the transformation from a standard DLL to a COM component.
Writing Your First COM Components, Part 1
Publish Date: Jan. 14, 2002
With all the buzz surrounding COM+ components and n-tier applications, you're probably eager to learn how to build your first COM component. This short guide steps you through the process of creating your first component in minutes.
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