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- A mechanism that automatically separates the content in ASP.NET mobile Web Forms into smaller groups of rendered pages that are targeted to fit a specific device. It also renders user interface elements that can be used to browse to other pages.
- PE file
- See definition for portable executable (PE) file.
- permission class
- A class that defines access to a resource or defines an identity by supporting authorization checks. See also: permission object.
- permission object
- An instance of a permission class that represents access rights to resources or identity. A permission object can be used to specify a request, a demand, or a grant of permission. See also: permission class.
- platform invoke
- The functionality provided by the common language runtime to enable managed code to call unmanaged native DLL entry points.
- portable executable (PE) file
- The file format used for executable programs and for files to be linked together to form executable programs.
- The process in which a Web page sends data back to the same page on the server
- primary interop assembly
- An assembly containing definitions of COM types that is distributed and digitally signed by the author of the COM component. Microsoft Visual Studio .NET uses a registered primary interop assembly by default when a developer references a type in the corresponding type library. See also: assembly, interop assembly.
- In .NET Framework security, represents the identity and role of a user, and acts on a user's behalf. See also: role.
- private assembly
- An assembly that is available only to clients in the same directory structure as the assembly. See also: assembly, shared assembly.
- private view state
- State information that is written as a hidden field, such as the form that is currently active or the pagination information for a form.
- A class member that is like a public field, but that includes features such as versioning, encapsulation, and the ability to execute additional logic through get and set accessor methods. See also: encapsulation, field, version policy.