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Encrypt connectionStrings section of web.config

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Encrypt connectionStrings section of web.config

Web.Config
<configuration>
    <connectionStrings>
        <add name="ConnString" connectionString="Data Source=.\SQLEXPRESS; 
AttachDbFilename=|DataDirectory|MyDatabase.mdf;Integrated Security=True;User Instance=True" />
    </connectionStrings>
</configuration>


The easiest way to encrypt the <connectionStrings> section is to use the aspnet_regiis command-line tool.
This tool is located in the following folder:

C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\

Executing the following command encrypts the <connectionStrings> section of a Web.Config file
located in a folder with the path c:\Websites\MyWebsite:
   
    aspnet_regiis -pef connectionStrings "c:\Websites\MyWebsite"

The -pef option (Protect Encrypt Filepath) encrypts a particular configuration section located at a particular path.

You can decrypt a section with the -pdf option like this:

    aspnet_regiis -pdf connectionStrings "c:\Websites\MyWebsite"

ASP.NET page can read the value of the connection string by using the <%$ ConnectionStrings:ConnString %> expression

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  Last updated on Friday, 11 July 2014
  Author: Mr. Ponna
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What are Master Pages in .NET? Why we need Master Pages and how do we use Master Pages in our applications?

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What are Master Pages in .NET? Why we need Master Pages and how do we use Master Pages in our applications?


Life before Master Pages

For a given website, there are multiple web pages with common layout. How we can achieve this?

  • Write the layout of the code in each page. But this leads to code redundancy which is not correct.
  • We can achieve the common layout, by using User controls.

Advantage of User Controls:

  • Turning an existing ASP.NET page into a user control requires only a few minor changes. User controls can be easily linked to any page that needs their services.
  • Furthermore, changes to a user control's implementation do not affect the referencing page and only require recompiling of the user control into an assembly.

Disadvantage of User Controls:

  • Any alteration to the control's public interface (such as the class name, properties, methods, or events) leads to the pages that reference the control must be updated.
  • Those pages must be re-compiled and needs deployment.
  • In addition, the next time a user views each page, the ASP.NET runtime will take a while to respond because the dynamic assembly for the page must be re-created.

Apart from the above two options, the other options is to use Master pages. A Master page is a file that contains the static layout of the file. It consists of the layout that is common throughout application (i.e. Application Level) or a folder level and dynamic parts will be customized by the pages that are derived from the Master page.

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  Last updated on Thursday, 13 March 2014
  Author: HariSantosh Kadiyala
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