Test Status
      ASPRANDOMTEST
      (A) Client-side executable code(executes at the browser level)
      (B) Server side executable code (runs at the server only)
      (A) User controls are displayed correctly in the Visual Studio .NET Designer
      (B) Custom controls are displayed correctly in VS.Net Designer
      (C) User and Custom controls are displayed correctly in the Visual Studio .NET Designer.
      (A) Open the code-behind page and write the code.
      (B) Right-click the control and select Create Handler.
      (C) Drag an event handler from the Tool Box to the desired control.
      (D) Double-click the control.
      (A) View state
      (B) Cookies
      (C) Hidden fields
      (D) Request object
      (A) After the webform loads
      (B) After the page_init event of webform
      (C) Before Page_init event of web form
      (A) Event-driven
      (B) Static
      (C) Linear
      (D) Topdown
      (A) Session Object
      (B) InProcess
      (C) StateServer
      (D) all of the above
      (A) RegSvr.exe
      (B) GacUtil.exe
      (C) GacSvr32.exe
      (D) GacMgr.exe
      (A) Browser requests ASP code, server returns code, browser executes code into HTML form
      (B) Browser requests ASP code, server executes ASP code and returns HTML document to browser
      (C) Browser requests code, server returns code, Windows executes code since ASP is Microsoft code.
      (A) SQLISAPI.dll
      (B) SQLXML.dll
      (C) LISXML.dll
      (D) SQLIIS.dll
      (A) ADODB.Connection
      (B) ADODB.Recordset
      (C) ADODB.Command
      (D) All of the above
      (A) Response.Output.Write() allows you to flush output
      (B) Response.Output.Write() allows you to buffer output
      (C) Response.Output.Write() allows you to write formatted output
      (D) Response.Output.Write() allows you to stream output
      (A) ValidationExpression
      (B) InitialValue
      (C) ControlToCompare
      (D) ControlToValidate
      (A) ASP does not depend upon which browser the viewer is using.
      (B) ASP code does not show up in the source code; thus, the code is protected
      (C) ASP can easily interact with a database.
      (D) All of the above
      (A) Clears all Headers from the buffer stream
      (B) Clears all the
      section value from rendered HTML File
      (C) Clears the content of the Rendered page
      (D) None of the above