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Creating a Common Toolbar in ASP.NET 2.0 using MasterPage, Delegate and Events.

, 28 Aug 2006
How to create a common toolbar for using with all pages in an asp.net application.

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Alvin George
KPMG
United States United States
My passion is to learn, analyze, design (OOAD), architect, code and work with all team members to create competitive products in the market using efficient ways.
 
Interested area are .NET, MVC, client-side development, OData, SQL Server BI Solutions( SSAS & SSRS) ,PHP, MySQL, Visual Studio Automation&Performance Testing, Agile development and architect Frameworks and application integration solutions

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