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#  Monday, 15 October 2007

Been on holidays, at conferences (eg last week Ask The Experts @ XTOPIA in Berlin), and worked on various projects - a couple of reasons it was rather quiet lately in this blog.

Yesterday I decided I needed a simple guestbook application for a to-be-developed private Web site, and because I didn't find anything that fit my needs I decided to write one myself with the goal of (ab)using XLinq in the course of this endeavour:

Guestbook_XLINQ.zip (7.09 KB)

Caveat emptor: I am no designer (surprise!). But thanks to no design it should be easy for you to add your own design. However, as this month's MSDN magazine is all about security, I decided to make the application production-ready security-wise. You'll find a lot of parsing plus XSRF protection (note: this version does not check for integer overflow in calculating the start row).

Missing features: this guestbook is not prepared for localization, nor does it use a control-based approach (where you drop those in your pages and get an in-place guestbook).

Update a version of this application for VS2008 RTM is available here.

Categories: 3.5 | ASP.NET | Security | Use the source Luke
Monday, 15 October 2007 09:56:36 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)  #    Comments [0]

 



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