____________ enables you to add, modify and delete records and you will see the changes made by other users

A. OpenForwardOnly

B. OpenKeyset

C. OpenDynamic

D. OpenStatic

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  1. What is the default data type of a variable in ASP.NET?
  2. Which of the following tool is used to manage the GAC?
  3. Cookies collection is present in
  4. The HTML control that helps to browse a file is
  5. Anything appearing before ________ is cleared
  6. While accessing values submitted to a web form, __________ property of a control is used.
  7. _________ object represents all information sent form a browser to a server
  8. HTML tag equivalent to Panel is
  9. Difference between Response.Write() andResponse.Output.Write().
  10. To count the number of times an user visited a page, use
  11. ___________ controls how proxy servers temporarily store web pages
  12. A _____________ is a logical naming scheme for grouping related types of
  13. Default Session data is stored in ASP.Net.
  14. ASP.NET if fully compatible with ASP
  15. How do we create a FileSystemObject?
  16. Choose the form in which Postback occur
  17. Caching type supported by ASP.Net
  18. .DirectoryInfo gives information about any Directory
  19. The code file for WebForm1.aspx will be ___________
  20. To display HTML tags as it is use
  21. To send attachments using SMTP use
  22. In Global.asax there are _______ general methods
  23. HTML elements, HTML server controls and ASP.NET server controls can be used on the same form
  24. ASP.NET is object oriented
  25. To read an XML file from ASP.NET use
  26. To make a RepeaterControl viewable, the controls ____________ must be edited
  27. This property is inapplicable in DropDownList
  28. To write an attribute for a tag through ASP.NET use
  29. If someone accidentally deletes the Page Directive of an ASP.NET page say "First.aspx" under "Sales",…
  30. One difference between ASP.NET and ASP is that ASP is more structure than ASP.NET