The first event triggers in an aspx page is.

A. Page_Init()

B. Page_Load()

C. Page_click()

D. None of these

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  1. This file stores your web configuration
  2. In ___________ records are read-only and cannot be changed.
  3. ____________ enables you to set a particular date when a page should no longer be cached by a browser…
  4. Can you use client-side event handler and server-side event handler for the same ASP.NET server control?
  5. Which DLL translate XML to SQL in IIS?
  6. What is the default data type of a variable in ASP.NET?
  7. ASP.NET can be installed on Windows 98 machine
  8. What is used to validate complex string patterns like an e-mail address?
  9. ____________ converts virtual path to default path
  10. This tag in Repeater control is mandatory
  11. Attribute must be set on a validator control for the validation to work.
  12. Why is Global.asax is used?
  13. This property is inapplicable in DropDownList
  14. To count how many users have logged in the web site till date use
  15. Web.config file is used...
  16. Which of the following method must be overridden in a custom control?
  17. What keyword is necessary to expose a public function as a method of a Web Service?
  18. Difference between Response.Write() andResponse.Output.Write().
  19. Radio Button's have same name and different values while Checkboxes have the reverse
  20. How do we create a FileSystemObject?
  21. Which of the following object is not an ASP component?
  22. Cookies can be created with mentioning the expiry dateTrue
  23. _________ object represents all information sent form a browser to a server
  24. ASP.NET is object oriented
  25. RadioButtonsLists __________ property is used to add RadioButtons at runtime
  26. To write a root tag say '<details>' through ASP.NET use
  27. Cookies collection is present in
  28. To open Microsoft Word from ASP.NET page use
  29. To save an XML file from ASP.NET use
  30. Of the following controls which can be used to add a control at runtime