The 70-305 test measures an individual’s ability to develop and implement Web applications using Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. Before taking the 70-305 test, you should practice the following:

  1. Create an ASP.NET page and set control properties.
  2. Create a simple Web service, set a Web reference to it in an ASP.NET application, and return a simple value.
  3. Use ADO.NET objects in an ASP.NET page to retrieve data into a DataSet.
  4. Use ADO.NET objects in an ASP.NET page to retrieve data from a DataSet into an XML document. Use an XSD schema to validate the data.
  5. Enable the ASP.NET Session Service.
  6. Use an existing COM component created in Visual Basic 6.0 in an ASP.NET page.
  7. Create a .NET component and install it in the global assembly cache.
  8. Place several Web controls on an ASP.NET page. Retrieve data from a database and populate the controls with data.
  9. Create deployment projects in Visual Studio .NET.
  10. Create a Windows Installer package to install a Web application on an IIS computer.
  11. Write an application that uses Windows authentication.

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