Created A Web App / Entry Point?

Nov 24, 2010

Just created a blank "ASP.NET Web Application". Where's the entry point?

I see "Default.aspx" which seems to be the default template that calls. "Site.Master" which I guess acts as a layout file. "Global.asax" that seems to provide some method stubs for event handling. And then "Web.config" which seems to have some site-specific settings such as a DB connection string, and some authentication stuff.

But no where do I see any "routes" or anything to indicate that "Default.aspx" should be called by default, or "Global.asax" should be used to handle events. Where's this stuff specified? Is it baked into the core of ASP? Can't I filter all the requests through one C# method and then delegate how I please? And return some sort of Http response?

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