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Making Sense of ASP.NET Paths

Posted By: Amit Mehra     Posted Date: March 23, 2010    Points: 2   Category :ASP.Net
ASP.Net includes quite a plethora of properties to retrieve path information about the current request, control and application. There's a ton of information available about paths on the Request object, some of it appearing to overlap and some of it buried several levels down, and it can be confusing to find just the right path that you are looking for.

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