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data binding
The association of a data source with a server control.
A group of one or more cards. See also: card.
declarative security check
Declarative security information in metadata. Developers can use such declarations, which are usually written as custom attributes, to invoke several kinds of security functionality: require permissions to bind reference to the code, require permissions to derive a type, demand that callers have certain permissions, and so on. See also: imperative security check.
default unit system
The process that determines when a Web page control should appear on a new page, based on a mobile device's characteristics. The default unit system is based on one line equaling 100 units, as indicated by the DefaultWeight field in the ControlPager class.
A reference type that is the managed version of a C++ function pointer. Delegates can reference both instance and static (in Visual Basic, Shared) methods, whereas function pointers can reference only static (in Visual Basic, Shared) methods. See also: reference type.
delegated evaluator
A filter that uses a custom method to evaluate the specified data.
By denying a permission, a method can prevent its callers from exercising the privilege represented by that permission. If a method on the call stack denies permission A, a stack walk checking for permission A will fail unless a valid assertion is found on the stack between the method doing the denial and the method that initiated the check for permission A. See also: assertion.
denial of service attack
An attack that consumes excessive time, memory, or other resources intending to prevent rightful access to resources.
device adapter
An ASP.NET page framework class that adapts the behavior of mobile pages and controls based on the target device.
device capabilities
The set of device functionality available through the HasCapability method or the <Choice> element.
device definition
The characteristics of a device available through the MobileCapabilities class and the DeviceSpecific control.
device filter
A section of the Web.config file where you specify values for specific mobile devices. These values are used to create device-specific content.
download cache
See definition for assembly cache.