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Exam Number/Code: 70-528
Exam name: MS.NET Framework 2.0-Web-based Client Development
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Exam Code: 70-528 (Practice Exam Latest Test Questions VCE PDF)
Exam Name: MS.NET Framework 2.0-Web-based Client Development
Certification Provider: Microsoft
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2016 Mar 70-528 Study Guide Questions:

Q65. You work as a Microsoft ASP. ET developer at Exambible.com. Exambible.com uses the Microsoft Visual Studio . ET 2005 as their application development platform. The Exambible.com network contains an Oracle database server named EXAMBIBLE-DB01. EXAMBIBLE-DB01 hosts a database named EB_Products that stores product information for Exambible.com's e-Commerce Web site. You use a Microsoft Windows XP Professional client computer named EXAMBIBLE-WS528 as your development computer. Internet Information Services (IIS) is installed on EXAMBIBLE-WS528.

Exambible.com's e-Commerce Web application contains a page named Products.aspx that uses data source and data-bound server controls. Customers use the server controls to search for products. The Products.aspx page does not have an associated code-behind file. You need to convert the Products.aspx page to a user control so that its functionality can be reused on other pages.

What should you do? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

A.

B.

C.

<siteMapNode url="ms.aspx" title="Microsoft" description="Microsoft Training Guides">

<siteMapNode url="mcpt.aspx" title="MCPT" description="MCPT Training Guides" />

<siteMapNode url="mcse.aspx" title="MCSE" description="MCSE Training Guides" />

<siteMapNode url="mcts.aspx" title="MCTS" description="MCTS Training Guides" />

</siteMapNode>

<siteMapNode url="cisco.aspx" title="CISCO" description="Cisco Training Guides">

<siteMapNode url="ccda.aspx" title="CCDA" description="CCDA Training Guides" />

<siteMapNode url="ccdp.aspx" title="CCDP" description="CCDP Training Guides" />

<siteMapNode url="ccie.aspx" title="CCIE" description="CCIE Training Guides" />

<siteMapNode url="ccip.aspx" title="CCIP" description="CCIP Training Guides" />

<siteMapNode url="ccna.aspx" title="CCNA" description="CCNA Training Guides" />

<siteMapNode url="ccnp.aspx" title="CCNP" description="CCNP Training Guides"/>

<siteMapNode url="ccsp.aspx" title="CCSP" description="CCSP Training Guides"/>

</siteMapNode>

</siteMapNode>

You need to bind the TreeView control to the site map data so that users can navigate only within the CISCO section.

What should you do? (Choose all that apply)

A. To achieve this you need to set the StartingNodeUrl property of the SiteMapDataSource control to ~/cisco.aspx.

B. You need to add a SiteMapDataSource control to the Web Form and bind the TreeView control to the Web Form.

C. You need to ensure that the site map XML is embedded within the AppSettings node of the Web.config file.

D. You need to add a SiteMapPath control to the Web Form and bind the TreeView control to the Web Form.

E. You need to ensure that the site map XML is embedded within the SiteMap node of the Web.sitemap file.

Answer: ABE


Q79. You work as a Web application developer at Exambible.com. Exambible.com uses Microsoft Visual Studio. ET 2005 as its Web application development platform. Rory Allen is the lead Web application developer at Exambible.com. You are a member of Rory Allen's team.

You develop a Web Form with a number of UI elements on it. After reviewing your code, Rory Allen suggests that certain UI elements that do not require server-side processing should be grouped into user controls. This will also allow you to programmatically add or remove the UI elements from the page.

You need to create a Web control to group the UI elements that do not require server-side processing but you want to retain the UI elements' style properties.

What should you do? (Choose all that apply)

A. You need to group the UI elements using System.Web.UI.WebControls.Literal.

B. You need to group the UI elements using System.Web.UI.TemplateControl.

C. You need to group the UI elements using System.Web.UI.HtmlControls.HtmlControl.

D. You need to group the UI elements using System.Web.UI.LiteralControl.

Answer: D


Q80. You work as an application developer at Exambible.com. The Exambible.com Web site makes use of custom Themes based on the Web site user's location. The user's location is set as soon as a user logs on to the web site. The location Theme name is stored in a variable named EB_Themes.

Exambible.com plans to make its' Web site available in Spanish, Portuguese and French. You need to ensure that the Exambible.com web site is able to support extra Themes to support users in new locations. You need to use the EB_Themes variable to dynamically set the Web site's Theme.

What should you do?

A. You should add the code segment Page.Theme = EB_Theme to the Load event of every page on the Web site.

B. You should add the code segment <%@ Page Theme="EB_Theme" ... %> to the markup source of every page on the Web site.

C. You should add the code segment <pages theme="EB_Theme" /> to the Web site's configuration file.

D. You should add the code segment Page.Theme = EB_Theme to the PreInit event of every page on the Web site.

Answer: D