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[Originally posted by taka]

Hi, Fergal

First, I have to thank you for writing a great book!
I've learned a lot about .NET framework.

You explained <%@ Import Namespace="System.Web.UI"%> in the listing 8.2.
But, it doesn't appear in the next listing 8.3 or later.
As you mentioned in the section 8.2 that ASP.NET page is an instance of
System.Web.UI.Page. So, it means omissible? My understanding is correct?

I found a trivial correction in your download sample (Handler.config)
type="CustomHttpHandlers.HelloHandler, customhttphandlers" may be
type="CustomHttpHandlers.HelloHandler, custhttphandlers".
Please ignore, if it's my mistake.

You'll get 5 stars at Amazon.co.jp reader review.
We really need your book in Japan, too!

Best regards,
Taka
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#2
Re: Question about Chap.8
[Originally posted by fgrimes]

Hi Takafumi,

>> First, I have to thank you for writing a great book!
>> I've learned a lot about .NET framework.

I'm glad you're enjoying it.

>> You explained <%@ Import Namespace="System.Web.UI"%> in the listing 8.2.
>> But, it doesn't appear in the next listing 8.3 or later.
>> As you mentioned in the section 8.2 that ASP.NET page is an instance of
>> System.Web.UI.Page. So, it means omissible? My understanding is correct?

Yes, you are correct. You don't have to explicitly import this namespace.

>> I found a trivial correction in your download sample...

Thanks... I'll make a note of it.

>> We really need your book in Japan, too!

Mmmm... there's an idea... a book signing tour of Japan would be nice.

Regards,
Fergal