The System.Web.Hosting namespace provides the functionality for hosting ASP.NET applications from managed applications outside Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS).
Creates a new AppDomain instance for the Web application. This class cannot be inherited. This class was used by earlier versions of the .NET Framework than version 2.0, which uses the System.Web.Hosting.AppManagerAppDomainFactory class instead.
Enables hosting of ASP.NET pages outside the Internet Information Services (IIS) application. This class enables the host to create application domains for processing ASP.NET requests.
Provides information about a running application. This class cannot be inherited.
Manages ASP.NET application domains for an ASP.NET hosting application.
Creates and stops application domains for a Web-application manager. This class cannot be inherited.
Provides application-management functions and application services to a managed application within its application domain. This class cannot be inherited.
Defines a single method to create a new AppDomain instance for a Web application. This interface was used by .NET Framework versions earlier than 2.0; version 2.0 uses the System.Web.Hosting.IAppManagerAppDomainFactory interface instead.
Defines the methods that are used to create System.Web.HttpWorkerRequest objects in the .NET Framework.
Defines methods for objects that are managed by the hosting environment.
Manages System.Web.HttpWorkerRequest objects in the .NET Framework. This class cannot be inherited.
Provides a simple implementation of the System.Web.HttpWorkerRequest abstract class that can be used to host ASP.NET applications outside an Internet Information Services (IIS) application. You can employ SimpleWorkerRequest directly or extend it.
Represents a directory object in a virtual file or resource space.
Represents a file object in a virtual file or resource space.
Provides a set of methods that enable a Web application to retrieve resources from a virtual file system.