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This tag configures all the compilation settings for ASP.NET. When you create a project with Visual Studio .NET, the environment creates a web.config file that overrides these settings, so most of the time you don t have to worry about settings in this section. The only attribute worth mentioning here is debug, which you should set to true during the development stage:
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This tag affects how error pages are managed in an ASP.NET application and whether developers can redirect users to their custom error pages when an exception is thrown.
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As you ve learned, ASP.NET produces an error page like the one shown in Figure 27-9 when an application throws an unhandled exception or when you deploy an .aspx file whose source contains a syntax error without compiling it inside Visual Studio .NET first. Most of the time, you don t want this page to be visible to your site s visitors because the source code might contain confidential information, such as the password to access a database. A simple way to avoid sending source code to the user is by set ting the debug attribute to false in the <compilation> tag. An even better method is to redirect the browser to a custom error page on which you instruct users about error causes and possible remedies. The mode attribute is required and can be one of the following values: Off (ASP.NET always displays its own error pages), On (ASP.NET never displays its own error pages, and developers can define their own custom error pages), or RemoteOnly (ASP.NET displays its error pages only for requests from the local computer and allows custom error pages for requests from remote users). RemoteOnly is the default setting in machine.config and allows you to perform debug ging chores while remote users are accessing the site. Unless the mode attribute is Off, you should provide a defaultRedirect attribute pointing to your custom error page. You can also indicate different URLs for specific HTTP status codes by using one or more <error> subtags, as in this example:
<customErrors> mode="RemoteOnly defaultRedirect="ErrorPage.aspx > <error statusCode="500 redirect="InternalError.htm"/> </customErrors>
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Figure 27-9
An ASP.NET error page
<globalization>
This tag configures the default globalization settings of an application or a portion thereof:
<globalization requestEncoding="encodestring" responseEncoding="encodestring" fileEncoding="encodestring" culture="culturestring" uiCulture="culturestring />
The values of the requestEncoding and responseEncoding attributes specify how the request data and the response data are expected to be encoded; they can be a string such as UTF-8 or Unicode and are overridden by an Accept-Charset attribute contained in the request header. The fileEncoding attribute is the default encoding method for .aspx, .asax, and .asmx files. The culture and uiCulture attributes specify the default culture for processing incoming requests and server-side resource searches and can be any valid argument for the con structor of the System.Globalization.CultureInfo class for example, en-US or fr-FR. The former attribute affects the output of format functions for dates and numbers.
<httpRuntime>
This tag affects important configuration settings of the ASP.NET runtime:
<httpRuntime executionTimeout="seconds" maxRequestLength="kbytes" minFreeThreads="numberOfThreads"
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minLocalRequestFreeThreads="numberOfThreads" appRequestQueueLimit="numberOfRequests useFullyQualifiedRedirectUrl="true|false />
Here s a brief description of each attribute:
executionTimeout is the maximum time an .aspx page can run before timing out. The default is 90 seconds, but you should extend this value for pages that perform long database queries or remote calls to a Web service. This attribute corresponds to the Server.ScriptTimeout property. maxRequestLength is the maximum length of a request. All requests longer than this value are rejected. The default value is 4096 KB, so it should suffice for most practical purposes, but you have to increase this value for pages that accept posted files larger than 4 megabytes. Or you can reduce this value to prevent denial-of-service attacks caused by posting very large files to the server for all the pages that don t accept uploaded files. minFreeThreads is the minimum number of threads that must be free for ASP.NET to accept a request. The default value is 8, so ASP.NET normally rejects a request if there are seven or fewer free threads. This setting lets you prevent stalls when your site accepts a request that creates additional threads. minLocalRequestFreeThreads is like the minFreeThreads attribute, but it s applied to local requests, which often issue child requests. appRequestQueueLimit is the maximum number of requests that ASP.NET can queue for the application when there aren t enough free threads to serve it. Any request that arrives when the queue is full is rejected with a 503 Server Too Busy error. useFullyQualifiedRedirectUrl specifies whether a Request.Redirect method is pro cessed to use a fully qualified URL that also contains the server name. Fully qual ified URLs are required by some mobile controls. The default setting is False.
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