Figure 10.11 The IIS Manager allows us to create Virtual Directories and use them to host websites. in .NET framework

Drawer Data Matrix 2d barcode in .NET framework Figure 10.11 The IIS Manager allows us to create Virtual Directories and use them to host websites.

Figure 10.11 The IIS Manager allows us to create Virtual Directories and use them to host websites.
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From within the IIS Manager tool, right-click on the Default WebSite folder, choose New from the context menu and click on Virtual Directory. Doing this will start the Virtual Directory Creation Wizard. In the first screen of the Virtual Directory wizard click Next. The second screen of the wizard will ask us for an Alias for our Virtual Directory, so type SimpleClock and click Next. In the third screen we need to set a path so IIS knows where the files for the SimpleClock web application are located. Browse to the physical directory we created for our SimpleClock project in Visual Studio, and once that folder has been selected, click on Next. Finally, select the check boxes for the access permissions needed to run the application. In our case simply keeping the default access permissions of Read and Run Scripts should be sufficient. That s all there is to creating an IIS application to host our Gadget website. If everything went according to plan, we should now be able to browse to the IIS hosted application by typing the following URL into a browser: http://localhost/SimpleClock/ClockGadget.aspx. The result will appear the same as the time we ran the application from within Visual Studio using the ASP.NET development web server, but now it is being hosted from within IIS and therefore the site will be available whenever IIS is running. Configuring Security permissions Now that we ve hosted our application in IIS and tested it by browsing to it in Internet Explorer, we must configure the local security settings on the IIS machine that is hosting our web application to work with Gadgets. To do this, click the Tools menu in Internet Explorer and open Internet Options and select the Security tab. Within the Security tab, select the Trusted Sites zone and click the Sites button. We are about to add the Live.com domain as a trusted site so that data can be exchanged between the Live.com site and our machine. To enable the permissions required to work with Gadgets, enter the following domain information as a trusted Site:
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After entering that domain information, click Add followed by Close. The last thing we must do to enable the right permissions for Gadgets to work from our machine is to allow for the exchange of data between our local host website and the Live.com website. To enable this interaction, select the Internet zone setting from the Security tab and click on the Custom level button. In the settings window, locate the setting titled Access data sources across domains. Select the Prompt option for this setting and then click OK twice to return to Internet Explorer. Uploading our Gadget Having configured the security on our machine to allow data to be exchanged with the Live.com site, everything is now in place for us to upload our Gadget and run it from the Live.com portal site. To upload our Gadget we must procure an XML version of it,
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because that is what Live.com is expecting to receive from us. Atlas makes obtaining this XML data a trivial task because all we need to do is browse to the URL of the Gadget and append the following text to the URL:
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Now press Enter to refresh the page, and see that our Gadget is now presented as some XML in the shape of an RSS feed within the browser this is exactly the information that Live.com will use to obtain the metadata for our Gadget. Now we copy the URL from the address line of the browser and we can head off to the Live.com site to add our Gadget. When we arrive at the Live.com site we can click the Add Stuff link in the upper right corner of the page and click on the Advanced Options link from there. Paste the URL we obtained for our Gadget into the text box next to the Subscribe button and press the button to upload the Gadget. At this time the name of our Gadget will appear in the page and we can click Install Gadget to complete the installation process. Dragging the installed Gadget onto our page will present the Gadget as a standard web part on the portal as shown in figure 10.12. That s it we re all done! We ve now Figure 10.12 Our own custom Gadget is run through all of the steps required to shown as it appears when uploaded to the Live.com website. build and publish our own custom Gadgets to the Live.com portal. The area to focus on from here is to improve our knowledge of Atlas in order to build infinitely more exciting and dynamic Gadgets that access data from web services and present that information in smart and interesting ways. As our skills in this area grow we might even consider uploading some of our coolest Gadget creations to the MicrosoftGadgets.com Gadget directory, allowing others to use them. Regardless of where we choose to go from here, it s easy to see how extensible this technology is and how easy it makes the job of presenting XML-based information on the web.
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