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0, however, most of that code has been pre-written by Microsoft and encapsulated within the server-side controls. Properties determine how that behavior will be exercised. Properties can be very simple, such as BackColor, or very complex, such as EnablePaging. Likewise, the values assigned to a property can be as simple as BLUE or as complex as a multiple-line SQL statement. Properties values can be set by typing them directly into the Code View or by using the Properties window, which is shown in Figure 1-11.

IntelliSense will then display all of the legal values (if the list is finite), and again type the first letter or two of the value you desire. Finish by typing a space. Note that there will be no value list if the range of possible property values is not finite. For example, if the value is a SQL statement you will have to type the statement without IntelliSense. Error List Window When problems arise you have two major paths for obtaining clues about the problem. First is an error report on the page delivered to the browser, and second is the Error List window within VWD.

In earlier versions of ASP, many goals were achieved by writing lengthy and complex code. 0, however, most of that code has been pre-written by Microsoft and encapsulated within the server-side controls. Properties determine how that behavior will be exercised. Properties can be very simple, such as BackColor, or very complex, such as EnablePaging. Likewise, the values assigned to a property can be as simple as BLUE or as complex as a multiple-line SQL statement. Properties values can be set by typing them directly into the Code View or by using the Properties window, which is shown in Figure 1-11.

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