What is X-SourceFiles?

 Posted by Rajnilari2015 on 8/30/2016 | Category: ASP.NET Core Interview questions | Views: 1408 | Points: 40
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It is the custom header. It contains the base64-encoded path to the source file on disk and is used to link a page's generated output back to that source file. It's only generated for localhost requests.


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Posted by: Jennifermarven on: 10/13/2016 | Points: 10
X Scourefiles header is included with the base64 encoded physical path of the course file which can be found in your hard disk.
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Posted by: Albertbarkley on: 11/11/2016 | Points: 10
The header is understood by certain debugging modules in IIS / IIS Express. It contains the base64-encoded path to the source file on disk and is used to link a page's generated output back to that source file. It's only generated for localhost requests, so you don't need to worry about it being displayed to the world when you deploy the application to an actual server.
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Posted by: Alexmilner on: 12/2/2016 | Points: 10

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Posted by: Psdtolive on: 1/4/2017 | Points: 10
When a file is sourced (by typing either source filename or . filename at the command line), the lines of code in the file are executed as if they were printed at the command line. This is particularly useful with complex prompts, to allow them to be stored in files and called up by sourcing the file they are in.
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