I prefer to use fiddler which is an awsome tool for tracing up the http trafic, to test the performance script result OR to generate the Visual Basic web test script for performance testing. While working on one of my live site it helped me a lot as a web debugger. BUT, unfortunately when I tried to test my localsite (http://localhost/mySite) then fiddler didn't show me http traffic/session of my local sites. Just after investing few minutes on google I came to know about the fix of adding a "dot" in front of localhost! and guess, it worked!! Now, fiddler was showing me localhost site's traffic result.

The idea is: instead of browsing your localhost site as:


Browse the site with a "dot" infront of localhost as:

http://localhost./mySite  OR (notice the "dot" that I have written in there in the address)

That's It! and fiddler started crawling my localhost site's session. The small trick would help people who just consider this tool a junk on first trial for their localhost sites.The root cause of this problem is: Internet Explorer and the .NET Framework are bydefault set not to send requests for Localhost through any proxies, and as a proxy, Fiddler will not receive such traffic.

You can also try another work-a-round by checking off a checkbox which says "Bypass proxy server for local addresses" which can be found at Internet Exploerer > Tools menu > Internet Options > Connections > Lan Settings > "Bypass proxy server for local addresses" Checkbox.

The issue has been documeted here as a known issue if anybody interested.

Happy Hunting!

For those developers who are looking forward for Silverlight 5; there is one great new that: at the Silverlight FireStarter event MS unveiled the next release of Silverlight (that is version 5 beta); the next version of its rich Internet platform and previewed key features of the upcoming beta technology at its Silverlight Firestarter educational event for developers. The Sikverlight beta 5 version is having significantly added new features and other media capabilities, which make easier for developers to create premium media experiences and deliver RIA across browsers, desktops and devices.

For more information on Announcing Silverlight 5; Check out ScottGu's Blog entry here: Announcing Silverlight 5

And here is the detailed list of new features and enhancements announced in this version: New Features Announced for Silverlight 5 Beta

friends, I didn't remember about the real source where i got it but I found one handy sheet for common operation in Linq To SQL.

I thought you guys will find it useful too. I have also attached PDF file with this blog entry which contains all the examples ni both C# and VB.NET.

Hope it helps./.

Linq To SQL Sheet

I am going to write this entry once I get some time. Till if anybody have already any idea and wish to have code for this, I have created a small sample application with this entry. Please find it in attachment. Click here if you don't find the attachment (you may not able to see post attachment in aggregate view)

hope it helps./.

My friend developers, I have something this time handy code block which is useful to transform any Xml data with the desired Xslt output file. Below code snippet provides you line by line code comment for better understandability. The function requires two arguments; those are: the physical xslt file path and the xml string to transform. The function returns transformed raw Html based on the Xslt document you have written.

The Important elements in this functionality are:

    * XMLDocument object- to load the xml string and xslt file
    * XslTransform object- to actual perform the Transformation
    * MemoryStream & StreamWriter object- to which transformed output will be written.
    * StreamReader object- to read the resultant output written in memoty stream.
    * XmlUrlResolver object- to resolve external XML resources such as entities, document type definitions (DTDs) or schemas.

        public string TransformedOutput(string strXSLTFileToTransform, string strXMLToTransform)
            //--final result will be written to strResult
            string strResult = string.Empty;

                //--declare memory stream and writer associated with to which we want to write the output of the transformed file
                MemoryStream memStream = new MemoryStream();
                System.IO.StreamWriter writer = new System.IO.StreamWriter(memStream, System.Text.Encoding.UTF8);
                //--xml doc var to load xslt file and xml string
                //--xml doc to load xml string data
                XmlDocument xDoc = new XmlDocument();

                //--xml doc to load xslt file
                XmlDocument xsDoc = new XmlDocument();

                //--xsl transform object to actually load the xslt file and perform transform
                XslTransform xslDoc = new XslTransform();

                //--resolver require if incase; there are any external xml resources like entity or schema
                XmlUrlResolver resolver = new XmlUrlResolver();

                    // Create an XmlUrlResolver with default credentials.
                    resolver.Credentials = System.Net.CredentialCache.DefaultCredentials;

                    //--load xsl file

                    //--xml string

                    //--load the xst XmlDocument object to transform
                    xslDoc.Load(xsDoc, resolver, this.GetType().Assembly.Evidence);

                    //--actual transform and write the output to stream writer
                    xslDoc.Transform(xDoc, null, writer, null);

                    memStream.Position = 0;
                    StreamReader oReader = new StreamReader(memStream);

                    //--get the output to render in a string var
                    strResult = oReader.ReadToEnd();
                catch (Exception Ex) { throw Ex; }
                    if (writer != null)
                return strResult;
            catch (Exception Ex)
            { throw Ex; }

This is for my future reference as well as for anybody who find it useful.
Hope it helps./.

This something like - anybody would think why I will require to do this thing ever?. I mean calling a web service without adding reference of it. Obviously, to call a web service I would simply add the "Web Reference.." from the Solution Explorer; select the web service and once I am done; I would create the object of the Web Service and use its method - As simple as that.

BUT, recently I came into a bit different scenario which I would like to share. While working on one of my DotNetNuke Solution - I require to have a web service inside my DotNetNuke project (in one of custom module) which is to be consumed by another application. The whole solution was a product which seem to be hosted at the potential customer's side (on their server) - with appropriate configuration. That means, while hosting the DotNetNuke application at the client side - a fresh installation (using Install version) is needed with whatever "Virtual Directory" name they prefer.

Here the problem starts; because every client may like to have different name/url of the application. That means, name of the "Virtual Directory" can be different at each client space. In this case, in another application which is consuming the web service - I need to modify the web reference as per the "Virtual Directory" name of the hosted DotNetNuke solution! That is not desirable. Another scenario to call a web service without adding web reference - I can think of - is to call a method from more then one web services based on some user input (That is - if you want to dynamically call appropriate web service method).

Anyways, I end up with to calling web method without adding web reference.

for the sake of simplicity, Below is the simple default web method "Hello World" which you will find while you add a web service in your solution.

web service

Once you done with the web methods, you add the web reference where you actually consume the web service methods. When you add a web reference - based on the WSDL specifications IDE actually created proxy classes in your application which represents the web service classes and its methods on the remote server. Visual Studio provides Intellisense with Web services, which will not be accurate till you update your web reference each time you change your web service, it is because the proxy classes which are local to your solution are being used to offer you the Intellisense. So, ultimately when you invoke a Web method you are invoking a method in one of these proxy classes. These classes, in turn, are capable of invoking the remote methods on the Web Service URL.

So, every time the web service is updated, these proxy classes need to be regenerated by clicking Update Web Reference. However, the proxy classes do not always have to be generated from the IDE, .NET also gives us the WSDL.exe utility to manually generate these proxy classes and include them in your project.

web service

To generate this proxy classes you need to generate these proxy classes thru "WSDL.exe" utility from Visual Basic Command Prompt.
Once you are done, notice that WSDL.exe utility has created a proxy class for our Test web service at "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\VC\WebService.cs

Just grab the class, create a new website and add that proxy class in App_Code folder. If you open the proxy class you will notice  the constructor of the proxy class contains "url" member property which is by default assigned the url of the website in which the web service exists. You can store the web service url in web.config or in database or whereever you wish it to be.

web service
So, finally to call the "Hello World" web method - you need to create object of this proxy class and assign the url property correctly as below:

public partial class _Default : System.Web.UI.Page
    protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
        WebService objService = new WebService();
        objService.Url =
        Response.Write("Output of the Web method call: " + objService.HelloWorld());

First we created object of the proxy class, assigned the url property value from web.config file's appsetting section and call the web method. Thats it!.Hope this would be helpful and informational to somebody who need the same.
Below is the output of our example application:

web service
Conclusion: you can call web service method without adding reference by creating proxy class thru wsdl.exe utility.

Did you ever need to write disconnected process which should be run at a defined interval time? Commonly, when we are in such need - we use to write window service which is based on some timer mechanism where we set some interval for the timer and in its elapsed method we execute the process we want to run at defined interval.

When you work with DotNetNuke and you come across with such functionality that need tobe implemented - you can consider creating "DotNetNuke Scheduler". While creating a DNN Scheduler - you are actually creating a simple class library which would be built and hosted in the DNN Schedule environment to be executed at the defined interval time.

The possible scenario in which one need to look at such schedule functionality is:
[1] You may need to send some set of fixed newletter everyday at defiend time to your customers.
[2] You may need to read some of third party product feed to read regular update and modify your product database.
[3] You may need to send some system generated reports to your third party vendor at some regular intervals.

To Create a DNN Scheduler; you need to:
[1] Create a class library project with a class which inherits DotNetNuke.Services.Scheduling.SchedulerClient.
[2] Write the process which you wish to be executed at some interval and call it in DoWork() method. (You can consider the DoWork() method as entry point of the disconnected process execution.
[3] Build the class library project and get th dll.
[4] Copy the dll inside /bin directory of your DNN solution.
[5] Make an entry in DNN Schedule (Host menu > Schedule submenu) service and host the dll by giving proper namespace and the elapsed time.

Let us explore above step in some details.
First step is to create a class library for which you need to add a new class library project inside your DNN solution.

DNN Schedule

Once you add the class library; just rename/modify the namespce, classname and the class filename which is appropriate to your DNN Solution. Like I modified the namespace and classname as: YouProjectName.ModuleName.TestSchedule

The namespace is important to define correctly as it will be used later on to define the entry in DNN Schedule.
Next, you need to add DotNetNuke.Library (DotNetNuke.dll) reference to your class library by right click class library project in the solution explorer and "Add Reference.." option. Once you add the DotNetNuke.Library reference you would be able to access DNN namespaces and classes which would be require to access DNN related functions and methods.

After adding reference, you need to inherit "DotNetNuke.Services.Scheduling.SchedulerClient" abstract class and implement DoWork() overridable method.

DNN Schedule

DNN Schedule

Here, I am also adding a parameterized constructor to properly record the schedule history:

DNN Schedule

For ease, I am creating a simple "Hello World" function which would create a new txt file at the defined path specifying current date and time.

        public override void DoWork()
                //--start the pocessing
                //--call the function/process that you wish to be executed

                //--intimate the schedule mechanism to write log note in schedule history
                this.ScheduleHistoryItem.AddLogNote("HelloWorld Service Start. Success.");
                this.ScheduleHistoryItem.Succeeded = true;
            catch (Exception Ex)
                //--intimate the schedule mechanism to write log note in schedule history
                this.ScheduleHistoryItem.Succeeded = false;
                this.ScheduleHistoryItem.AddLogNote("HelloWorld Service Start. Failed. " + Ex.ToString());
                this.Errored(ref Ex);

        //--function which needs tobe executed at specified interval
        public void ExecuteHelloWorld()
                System.IO.File.WriteAllText(@"C:\\_SCHEDULER\\test" + Guid.NewGuid().ToString() + ".txt",
                                            "Hello World. The Time is - " + DateTime.Now.ToString());
            catch (Exception Ex)
                throw Ex;

If you look at the above code - The processing always start from DoWork() method where I am calling the ExecuteHelloWorld() function. This is the function which will be executed at the defiend interval. Here, I am also logging in the Schedule history which would help us to know the status of the schedule execution.

Thats it!. You are done with the coding part. Next, all you need to do is;  build the class library project get the dll, copy inside /bin directory of DNN solution and host it under DNN Schedule. For that Go to "Host" menu > "Schedule" submenu option. Once you are there, you would see there are some schedule entries already exists in the list which are being used in DotNetNuke environment

DNN Schedule

DNN Schedule

You would see a list of scheduled processes with its name, current status (enabled or disabled), the frequency of the execution, the next run as well as link to see the "Execution History". To add our process; Click on the "Add Item to Schedule" link. You will be redirected to "Edit Schedule" page where in you need to add your process to schedule.

DNN Schedule

[1] Give "Friendly Name" of the schedule process which will be seen in the schedule list.
[2] Provide full classname with namespace along with the assembly name. For example, in our case it will be YouProjectName.ModuleName.TestSchedule,TestSchedule. Please note that you dont need to write ".dll" extension; just full classname and name of assembly (dll) followed by a comma separator. This entry should be correct.
[3] Check the checkbox to enable the schedule.
[4] Provide the interval time to execute the process
[5] Provide the retry interval time; incase of failure.
[6 ] Specify the number of records in "Retain Schedule History" for History listing.
[7] You can specify "Run On Event" which will show Global.asax events; incase if you want schedule to execute the process on a specific event of global.asax. For example, APPLICATION_START event.
[8 ] Check the checkbox "Catch Up Enabled"; incase if you want the schedule process tobe executed in a scenario like the webserver is ever out of service, when the webserver is back in service this event will run once for each frequency that was missed during the downtime.
Click on the Update and you will see the newly hosted process in DNN Schedule list. You can click on "History" link to see the history of the execution. On History page, you will be presented with detailed Hisory records which we logged in our class library. This will helps to know the status of scheduled process.

DNN Schedule

Here, some important note is that A DotNetNuke Scheduler can have 2 running modes:
[1] Request Mode - in which DotNetNuke Scheduler will execute and run each time ONLY when a Browser Request is made.
[2] Timer Mode - in which DotNetNuke Scheduler will execute and keep running behind the scene on the specified elapse time.
By default, "Request Mode" is set which you can change from "Host" Menu > "Host Setting" submenu > Other Setting section > and Scheduler Mode Dropdown.

DNN Schedule

Thats it!. I hope this would help a lot to one who needs to implement continuous background process execution in DNN environment.

Oh Yes!,, The output of our test Schedule :)

DNN Schedule

Today, I am going to describe complete process of creating a perfect DotNetNuke Environment or say how would you install DNN Site (whether install or source version). I am going to use most latest and stable 05.04.00 install version of DotNetNuke.

To download the source/install version you need to have login/account at official DotNetNuke site. Once you login; you would go to Download page where you can select “Community” Edition to download. There are 2 variations in DotNetNuke that you would find there. One is Community Edition and other is “Professional” edition. You can install DotNetNuke via downloading “Microsoft Web Platform Installer” that is available on the same page. This installer additionally provides you other valuable resources to install as well. For more information on Web Platform you would get here - http://www.microsoft.com/web/default.aspx, Otherwise, you may click on the “Older version” link which would redirect you to the version track page at “Codeplex” site. You would find the total “Release Track/History” at the right hand side. I have selected most stable install version to download.

As I requested – I received the download of “DotNetNuke_Community_05.04.00_Install.zip” file. Once File get downloaded; you copy the zip file and extract at the particular place where you want to have the DotNetNuke site physical folder. For sake of simplicity, I have extracted the zip file under c:\inetpub\wwwroot folder.

DNN Install

Please remember that if you are using Source version and going to develop custom modules on that application than you need to first keep the “web.config” (or just rename it something like web.config.backup) file in backup and rename the “release.config” to “web.config”. Also, remove the source control information from .sln file via opening the .sln file in notepad and remove/delete the Global…EndGlobal section.

DNN is using some of Telerik Controls. So, just make sure that Telerik dll (Telerik.Web.UI.dll) is exist in /bin folder. Other thing to take care is (I don’t know whether they have corrected this one or not. But, This problem was THERE in version 05.02.00) – if you are using source version then Telerik dll was not exist in /bin folder and you have to take it from the install version.

Once you extracted the zip file you need to create the “Application Pool” (for OS other than XP) and Virtual Directory for the DNN Site. Just go to the IIS (inetmgr) and create an “Application Pool” which would target to proper .Net Framework version.

DNN Install

Remember the “Identity” on which Application Pool will be running on. On my case – It is “NetworkService” Identity. It will be require when you are giving proper permission to the extracted folder. You can also change the Identity via “Advance Setting” of Application Pool.

DNN Install

After creating Application Pool – you need to create Virtual Directory (Create Application..) under default website. Select the AppPool that you have created for your DNN Site.

DNN Install

You are now done with IIS. Next is you need to create a blank database and a sql user account in sql server. Go to Sql Management Studio and Create a blank database as usual. Create one Sql user (or you may use the existing “sa” account). Make sure that the user account that you are selecting must have the proper permission to execute on the blank database that you have created for DNN installation.

You are now done with Creating Database for the installation. Move to the physical folder and apply proper permission for the AppPool Identity user (Network Service in my case) as well as IIS user. This is required otherwise DNN installation wizard would give you error related with permission.

After giving permission – you are ready to run the installation wizard and start installing your DNN Site. To start the wizard, browse thru http://localhost/dotnetnuke/install/installwizard.aspx and you would serve with below first stage.

DNN Install

On this step, you would find 3 options to install the DNN Site.

[1] Custom: The "Custom" installation method provides you with the ability to completely customize your DotNetNuke installation. Select this option if you wish to control which optional components get installed .

[2] Typical: The "Typical" installation method makes some "typical" choices for you.

[3] Auto: The "Auto" installation method bypasses the Wizard completely and uses the legacy Auto-Install procedure.  You can also browse thru http://localhost/dotnetnuke/install/install.aspx to start the legacy Auto-Install procedure directly.

For sake of simplicity I am selecting most common “Custom” option and click next.

DNN Install

On this step DNN Installation Wizard would check the permission set given to the physical folder and would provide you the appropriate warning information if permission were not applied correctly. Otherwise it would pass this stage via giving successful message. Click Next.

DNN Install

On this step above – you will be asked to enter the database information that you have created earlier in this installation process. Select proper sql databse, server, name of the database (dotnetnuke in my case) and give the user and password information (by un-checking the “Integrated Security” Checkbox, because its better not to use windows authentication). Select “Run as DB Owner” checkbox option and give the “Object Qualifier” you wish. This Qualifier would be appended to each table, procedure, view etc.. in the database installation.

DNN Install

Once database get installed successfully, Click Next. Here you need to configure the “Host” account detail which is the “super user” account for your DNN site.

DNN Install

Provide proper information for the Host Account. Remember the password as it will be the super user which will be used to manage host and portal sites. It’s preferable if you give correct SMTP details because this way you would able to identify and come to know the correct activity whenever any new user gets registered, blocked, or deactivated. DNN Site would shoot email on important activity or action.

Once you are done with the Host Account configuration, in next few steps you would be asked to select and install:

[1] Option Modules

[2] Skin and Containers

[3] Language Packs

[4] Authentication System (out of Active Directory, LiveID and OpenID)

[5] Install Providers

You would be given available options in above steps via checkbox where you can select the options you wish to install with your DNN installation procedure. If you don’t select anything out of this step; you can later do that via “Host Menu” > Module Definition > Install Extension menu option. You would also find the same option from “Host Menu” > Extension > Install available Extension link at the bottom of the page.

After above all steps get passed; you would come across below steps where you would configure Admin account just like you did for Host Account. Give proper information for admin account.

DNN Install

That’s it!! It’s the final stage where you are just a single click away to your installed DNN Site. Click on “Start Building Your New Site” and you are presented with the all new fresh DNN site installed. Well well well, lets move on and play with it J

DNN Install


DNN Install

I hope this would help novice people in configuring perfect DNN environment.

Here are few notes that are good to know:

[1] You would require installation templates if you want to create custom DNN Skin or Dynamic/Simple DNN Custom Modules. You would find these visual studio templates at the official DotNetNuke site itself.

[2] Once you are done with the site installation and you redirected to installed DNN site. You may face IIS error saying “The Web server is configured to not list the contents of this directory” or you can notice the address of the site in address bar something like http://localhost/dotnetnuke/install/. In this case only you need to do is > Go to the Database and open the “PortalAlias” table. You would find the portal alias of the site configured incorrectly. Just correct it to “localhost/dotnetnuke” instead of “localhost/dotnetnuke/install”. Reset the IIS (iisreset) or recycle the App Pool and you are Done!.

Have a Nice Day!!



after Long time.... back in the community finally... :)

I was working in DNN application since I used to add css classes as and when I need to add which are related to specific my custom dnn modules. Initially, I used to add those classes in MinimulExtropy skin css file. But, as time goes.. it grows in size and there are situations when skin tend to change everytime (because some skin related issues or client didnt like it). So, everytime when any skin got changed I need to manually "copy" and "paste" those application (related to custom desktop modules) css classes in to the targetted skin folder's css files. Because, somehow AFAIK dnn doesn't support App_Theme folder or .skin files (because of its skin architecture).

Then I tried a silly solution to add all those application css classes and images related to it in the base css file. I was copying the image files at "portals/_default" folder and copy-paste all the css files in "portals/_default/default.css" file.

BUT, then I came to know about the exact solution for this from my friend Ken Fayal. The idea is to simply create one style sheet file named as "module.css" and place all your custom module css classes there. DNN will simply identify your custom module css file and apply that correctly. You can simply place image folder also in your custom module to be used along with module.css.

Thats it! Happy DNNing!!

        public string GetOrdinal(int Number)
            if (((Number % 100) / 10) != 1)
                if ((Number % 10) == 1)
                    return "st";
                else if ((Number % 10) == 2)
                    return "nd";
                else if ((Number % 10) == 3)
                    return "rd";
                    return "th";
                return "th";

Source -http://www.dotnetnuke.com

Comparison of the Professional and Community Editions

The DotNetNuke Professional Edition 5.1 is a tested and verified version of the DotNetNuke framework that meets the requirements of organizations running business-critical web applications. The Professional Edition offers the same features as the Community Edition plus some additional features specifically designed for business-critical applications. The matrix below indicates the differences between the DotNetNuke Community and Professional Editions.

For more information, also see:

Feature Community
Google Analytics Support
Support for injection of analytics tracking code or other content in a specific location of every page
Google Analytics for Marketing Support
Support for advanced Google Analytics functionality such as visitor type, landing page, role, or referrer segmentation
Advanced Content Approval Process
Allows administrators to create custom workflows with an unlimited number of states and reviewers
Change Audit
Last modified and full history audit trails
Granular Permissions
Page, module and folder level extended permissions to provide more granular security rights
Distributed Caching Provider
More efficient resource usage in large web farms
File Integrity Checking
Checks files in the installation and reports any inconsistencies which may impact website reliability
Health Monitoring
Pings the website periodically to identify failures and will notify the site owner. Also ensures the site stays in web server memory for faster user accessibility
Vulnerability Database
Maintains a vulnerability database for each product version to easily identify potential issues
Comprehensive documentation and online Knowledge Base that provide guidance for DotNetNuke administrative tasks and answers to common technical questions




I have been re-awarded with 2009 Microsoft® MVP Award in .NET/ASP.NET Category. This is the second consecutive year as an MVP; and it feels like allmost full moon of my career!!

The mail I received:

Dear Kaushal Parik,

Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2009 Microsoft® MVP Award! This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. We appreciate your outstanding contributions in ASP/ASP.NET technical communities during the past year.

........ long live community :)

Hi all …

This time a great news for all the technology enthusiast and want to meet great peoples in technology and you missed TechEd India 2009 so you can attend now the same kind of event in Ahmedabad, India on June 20, 2009 Saturday(TechEd on Road) by 1:30 PM.

You will get a chance to meet Two MVP’S here Jacob Sebastian and Pinal Dave , who presents numerous technical sessions on SQL Server, Exchange Server 2010, Windows Server 2008 and Virtualization.

Anyone who is interested in technology can attend this event .This is free event no charges will be taken to attend this event. You can get detailed information about this event on Pinal’s Blog and Jacob’s Blog .

So mark your calendar for this grand event in Ahmedabad here are the details of this event ::

Location ::

Hotel Rock Regency
C.G. Road
Ahmedabad, India.


Date & Time::

June 20, 2009 Saturday
1:30 PM


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Just check out microsoft.com/areyoucertifiable

a funny dummy test environment who wants to appear and test yourself for ms certification. You can create login or can play as guest, select avtar. There are more than 400 Questions (objective - options to select) with 20 episodes and 5 seasons.

lol.. i loved this :)

The default behaviour of AJAX Accordion is: you click on any Accordion pane (say; any control placed in Accorion Pane Header section) cause that pane to Expand and collapse rest of the panes other than the pane which you clicked.

It is also fairly easy to open Accordion Panes when you "MouseOver" on Pane rather than need to click the pane to open it.

All you need to add a JavaScript function to ahieve that and call it or "MouseOver" event of ImageButton / Link / or any submit control which is placed inside Accordion Pane.

You need to add below script in your page:

    <script language="javascript">
        function Openpane(paneIndex)
            //MyAccordion is the ID of AJAX Accordion control
            var behavior = $get("<%=MyAccordion.ClientID%>").AccordionBehavior;

You need to pass the current Accordion Pane index as asrument of the above script function and call this function on "MouseOver" event as:

                <ajaxToolkit:AccordionPane ID="AccordionPane1" runat="server">
                        <a href="" class="accordionLink" onmouseover="Openpane('0')">1. Accordion</a></Header>
                        The Accordion is a web control that allows you to provide multiple panes and display
                        them one at a time. It is like having several Panes where only one can be expanded
                        at a time. The Accordion is implemented as a web control that contains AccordionPane
                        web controls. Each AccordionPane control has a template for its Header and its Content.
                        We keep track of the selected pane so it stays visible across postbacks.

for every pane, you can call the script function on "MouseOver" event by passing the index of that pane as argument.

Thats it! Hope it would be helpful for someone in same need.

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