Part I The ASP.NET Runtime Environment in C#.NET

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Part I The ASP.NET Runtime Environment
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Routing in Web Forms
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To introduce URL routing in your Web Forms application, you start by defining routes. Routes go in the global.asax file to be processed at the very beginning of the application. To define a route, you create an instance of the Route class by specifying the URL pattern, the handler, and optionally a name for the route. However, you typically use helper methods that save you a lot of details and never expose you directly to the API of the Route class. The next section shows some code that registers routes. Note The vast majority of examples that illustrate routing in both ASP.NET MVC and Web Forms
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explicitly register routes from within global.asax. Loading route information from an external file is not be a bad idea, though, and will make your application a bit more resilient to changes.
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Defining Routes for Specific Pages
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In Application_Start, you invoke a helper method inside of which new routes are created and added to a static route collection object. Here s a sample global.asax class:
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public class Global : System.Web.HttpApplication { void Application_Start(object sender, EventArgs e) { RegisterRoutes(RouteTable.Routes); } public static void RegisterRoutes(RouteCollection routes) { routes.MapPageRoute("Category", "Category/{action}/{categoryName}", "~/categories.aspx", true, new RouteValueDictionary { { "categoryName", "beverages" }, { "action", "edit" } }); } }
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All routes for the application are stored in a global container: the static Routes property of the RouteTable class. A reference to this property is passed to the helper RegisterRoutes method invoked upon application start. The structure of the code you just saw is optimized for testability; nothing prevents you from stuffing all the code in the body of Application_Start.
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4 HTTP Handlers, Modules, and Routing
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The MapPageRoute method is a helper method that creates a Route object and adds it to the Routes collection. Here s a glimpse of its internal implementation:
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public Route MapPageRoute(String routeName, String routeUrl, String physicalFile, Boolean checkPhysicalUrlAccess, RouteValueDictionary defaults, RouteValueDictionary constraints, RouteValueDictionary dataTokens) { if (routeUrl == null) { throw new ArgumentNullException("routeUrl"); } // Create the new route var route = new Route(routeUrl, defaults, constraints, dataTokens, new PageRouteHandler(physicalFile, checkPhysicalUrlAccess)); // Add the new route to the global collection this.Add(routeName, route); return route; }
The MapPageRoute method offers a simplified interface for creating a Route object. In particular, it requires you to specify the name of the route, the URL pattern for the route, and the physical ASP.NET Web Forms page the URL will map to. In addition, you can specify a Boolean flag to enforce the application of current authorization rules for the actual page. For example, imagine that the user requests a URL such as customers/edit/alfki. Imagine also that such a URL is mapped to customers.aspx and that this page is restricted to the admin role only. If the aforementioned Boolean argument is false, all users are allowed to view the page behind the URL. If the Boolean value is true, only admins will be allowed. Finally, the MapPageRoute method can accept three dictionaries: the default values for URL parameters, additional constraints on the URL parameters, plus custom data values to pass on to the route handler. In the previous example, we aren t using constraints and data tokens. Instead, we are specifying default values for the categoryName and action parameters. As a result, an incoming URL such as /category will be automatically resolved as if it were /category/edit/beverages.
Programmatic Access to Route Values
The MapPageRoute method just configures routes recognized by the application. Its job ends with the startup of the application. The URL routing HTTP module then kicks in for each request and attempts to match the request URL to any of the defined routes.
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Routes are processed in the order in which they have been added to the Routes collection, and the search stops at the first match. For this reason, it is extremely important that you list your routes in decreasing order of importance stricter rules must go first. Beyond the order of appearance, other factors affect the process of matching URLs to routes. One is the set of default values that you might have provided for a route. Default values are simply values that are automatically assigned to defined placeholders in case the URL doesn t provide specific values. Consider the following two routes:
{Orders}/{Year}/{Month} {Orders}/{Year}
If you assign the first route s default values for both {Year} and {Month}, the second route will never be evaluated because, thanks to the default values, the first route is always a match regardless of whether the URL specifies a year and a month. The URL-routing HTTP module also uses constraints (which I ll say more about in a moment) to determine whether a URL matches a given route. If a match is finally found, the routing module gets the HTTP handler from the route handler and maps it to the HTTP context of the request. Given the previously defined route, any matching requests are mapped to the categories.aspx page. How can this page know about the route parameters How can this page know about the action requested or the category name There s no need for the page to parse (again) the URL. Route parameters are available through a new property on the Page class the RouteData property. RouteData is a property of type RouteData and features the members listed in Table 4-9.
TABLE 4-9
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