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When the HTTP response reaches the web client, the browser reads the response and processes any client-side code. This processed code is now displayed in the browser window. Now that you know what goes on when a user requests a page, it s time to start using some code.
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The best way to understand the web application process is to create some web pages and look at them from the perspective of both the end user and web server. You ll begin to do this shortly (and you ll create plenty of web pages during the course of the book), but before you can start, you need to install and configure a web server, which you ll use to host your web applications. If you are running Windows 2000, Windows XP or even Windows Server 2003, you ll be able , to use Microsoft s own web server Internet Information Services (IIS) to host your applications. Other web servers are available for Windows (such as Cassini, a web server written in .NET) and for other development platforms (notably Apache, which can be installed on Windows machines, Linux machines, and now even comes preinstalled on Mac OS X machines). For this book, we ll use IIS to host the sample web applications, because it s the platform provided by Microsoft in order to run ASP .NET applications (although not the only one). Different versions of IIS are supplied as part of different versions of the Windows operating system: Windows 2000 Professional or higher has IIS 5.0 Windows XP Professional has IIS 5.1 Windows Server 2003 has IIS 6.0 IIS 5.0 and IIS 5.1 are very similar (in fact, IIS 5.1 is just a minor update of IIS 5.0). IIS 6.0 is a more substantial revamping of the IIS architecture, providing improvements in security and speed, as well as a deeper level of integration with ASP .NET applications. Having said that, the front-end interface for all of these versions is very similar; therefore, the configuration process described in this chapter works equally well for all of these IIS
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CHAPTER 1 ENVIRONMENT AND ARCHITECTURE
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versions. For the remainder of the book, we ll limit the discussions mainly to the features available to IIS 5.x developers, because it s the main platform for workstations. We ve included an overview and setup instructions for IIS 6.0 in Appendix B, as there are some differences that should be taken into account when setting up web development or deploying the application on a server with Windows Server 2003.
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The IIS installation process itself is a fairly painless operation. If you haven t installed any of the necessary software yet, then it s recommended that you install IIS before either the .NET Framework or Visual Studio .NET (VS. NET), because the installation of the latter configures the former so that it is able to deal with the ASP .NET files that are central to web applications in .NET.
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If you have not yet installed the .NET Framework or VS. NET, open the Control Panel and head to Add/Remove Programs. In the dialog box that appears, select Add/Remove Windows Components. In the list of components that appears, select Internet Information Services (IIS), as shown in Figure 1-3. Accept all the default settings, and the installation process will commence. Now, you can go ahead and install the .NET Framework and VS. NET, too.
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Figure 1-3. Choosing to install IIS
If You ve Already Installed the .NET Framework or VS .NET
If you have already installed the .NET Framework and/or VS .NET, you could proceed by uninstalling VS .NET, and then uninstalling the .NET Framework (via the Add/Remove Programs group in your Control Panel). Then you could install IIS, and finally, reinstall VS .NET. But this is an aggressive (and time-consuming) process. Instead, we recommend that you try to use one of the following tools to repair the .NET Framework, and use the uninstall/reinstall method only as a last resort.
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