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There is a ASP.NET Web site named PassGuideWeb. PassGuideWeb has a master page PassGuide.master. The code exhibit has code that is included for PassGuide.master. A new ASP.NET page named PassGuide1 is created. PassGuide1 has PassGuide.master as the master page. You are required to show the PassGuide.master’s PGStr property in the PGDisplay Label control, which is included in the PassGuide1 page. What steps achieves this? Select three.
Dim custom As PassGuideMaster = Me.Master LabelPG.Text = custom.PGStr
Dim custom As PassGuideMaster = Me.Parent LabelPG.Text = custom.PGStr
Dim LabelPG As Label = Page.FindControl("L95abelPG") LabelPG.Text = Me.PGStr
Dim LabelPG As Label = Master.FindControl("LabelPG") LabelPG.Text = Me.PGStr
..to the Page_load method of…
..to the Page_focus method of…
..to the Page_update method of…
..the page code-behind file.
..the PassGuide.Master.vb code-behind file.
Answer: A, E, H
There is a ASP.NET application named PassGuideApp. PassGuideApp has a page PassGuidePage.aspx. PassGuidePage.aspx has a master page PassGuideMaster.aspx. PassGuideApp must make sure that PassGuidePage.aspx reads the property FooBar from PassGuideMaster.aspx. The code in the code exhibit is used for this purpose. You notice that PassGuidePage.aspx is not able to access the property FooBar. How can you remedy this problem? Select two.
Add the directive <%@ NextPage VirtualPath="~/PassGuideMaster.master" %> …
Add the directive <%@ NextPage VirtualPath="~/PassGuidePage.master" %> …
Add the directive <%@ PreviousPageType VirtualPath="~/PassGuideMaster.master"
Add the directive <%@ PreviousPageType VirtualPath="~/PassGuidePage.master"
Add the directive <%@ MasterType VirtualPath="~/PassGuideMaster.master" %> …
Add the directive <%@ MasterType VirtualPath="~/PassGuidePage.master" %> …
Change the Strict attribute to false…
Change the Strict attribute to true…
Change the Forced attribute to false…
Change the Forced attribute to true…
. ..in the PassGuidePage.aspx.
..in the PassGuideMaster.aspx
.. in PassGuideApp.
.in the PassGuidePage.master @ Master directory
..in the PassGuideMaster.master @ Master directory
QUESTION: 60 DRAG DROP
There is an ASP.NET Web site PassGuideWS. There is an ASP.NET Web application PassGuideApp. There is an ASP.NET page PassGuide.aspx PassGuide.aspx has a Web user control PassGuideC.ascx. The declaration of PassGuideC.ascx is displayed in the exhibit. You add the PassGuideMethod to the Code-behind file. Please refer to the exhibit. A delegate PassGuideEventHandler is defined (see the exhibit). An event PassGuideEvent, with the type of PassGuideEventHandler, must be added to PassGuideC.ascx, while attaching the PassGuideMethod of PassGuidePassGuide.aspx to PassGuideEvent. Which should be done?
Microsoft 70-515-VB Exam (TS-Web Applications Development w/Microsoft .NET Frmwk 4) Detailed Information
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