Monday, June 30, 2008

Like Query In SQL

Which of the query executes Perfectly
1) select * from emp where name like'[b-d]%'
2) select * from emp where name ='[b-d]%'

Option 1 Returns the records starting with b,c,d Where as option 2 will not return error, it return empty row

What Happens When a Request Reaches IIS

When a request arrives at an IIS Web server, IIS examines the requested file's extension to determine how handle the request. Requests can be handled natively by IIS—as are HTML pages, images, and other static content—or IIS can route the request to an ISAPI extension. (An ISAPI extension is an unmanaged, compiled class that handles an incoming Web request. Its task is to generate the content for the requested resource.)
For example, if a request comes in for a Web page named Info.asp, IIS will route the message to the asp.dll ISAPI extension. This ISAPI extension will then load the requested ASP page, execute it, and return its rendered HTML to IIS, which will then send it back to the requesting client. For ASP.NET pages, IIS routes the message to the aspnet_isapi.dll ISAPI extension. The aspnet_isapi.dll ISAPI extension then hands off processing to the managed ASP.NET worker process, which processes the request, returning the ASP.NET Web page's rendered HTML.

Note : ASP.NET-related extensions—.aspx, .ascx, .config, .asmx, .rem, .cs, .vb, and others—are all mapped to the aspnet_isapi.dll ISAPI extension.

If a user visits /Products/, IIS doesn't see any file extension, so it checks the directory to see if there exists a file with one of the default filenames. (Default.aspx, Default.htm, Default.asp, and so on. These default filenames are defined in the Documents tab of the Web Server Properties dialog box in the IIS Administration dialog box.) Of course, if the /Products/ directory doesn't exist, IIS will return an HTTP 404 error.

Perform some action when close button is clicked in javascript

Alert hi when window close button is clicked
function BrowserClosed()
var top=self.screenTop;
if (top>9000)