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Anonymous Personalization Trick in Web Parts

, 13 Nov 2005
My favorite feature of ASP.NET 2.0 is Web Parts. But the anonymous users in ASP.NET cannot save personalization data and can't use Web Parts design options. This article describes how we can solve this problem in a tricky way.
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Daron Yndem
Web Developer
Turkey Turkey
Daron Yöndem is an ASP.NET MVP and INETA Turkey Lead. He is the founder of DEVELOAD Software & Design; a local ISV specialized on RIA development, Silverlight and WPF. Daron has two books about ASP.NET AJAX published in Turkish and is a chronic writer in Turkish press including IT Magazines. He is the software editor of PC Magazine Turkey, a monthly journal. Moreover Daron is a Silverlight editor at the official Microsoft Turkey Developer Community Web Site called and Silverlight/VB.NET Editor at, an INETA UG. He is constantly hosting seminars, training sessions at various universities and private sector.


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