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The System.Web.Routing namespace provides classes that are used with URL routing, which enables you to use URLs that do not map to a physical file.
HttpMethodConstraint Enables you to define which HTTP verbs are allowed when ASP.NET routing determines whether a URL matches a route.
RequestContext Encapsulates information about an HTTP request that matches a defined route.
Route Provides properties and methods for defining a route and for obtaining information about the route.
RouteBase Serves as the base class for all classes that represent an ASP.NET route.
RouteCollection Provides a collection of routes for ASP.NET routing.
RouteData Encapsulates information about a route.
RouteTable Stores the URL routes for an application.
RouteValueDictionary Represents a case-insensitive collection of key/value pairs that you use in various places in the routing framework, such as when you define the default values for a route or when you generate a URL that is based on a route.
StopRoutingHandler Provides a way to specify that ASP.NET routing should not handle requests for a URL pattern.
UrlRoutingHandler Serves as base class for classes that enable you to customize how ASP.NET routing processes a request.
UrlRoutingModule Matches a URL request to a defined route.
VirtualPathData Represents information about the route and virtual path that are the result of generating a URL with the ASP.NET routing framework.
IRouteConstraint Defines the contract that a class must implement in order to check whether a URL parameter value is valid for a constraint.
IRouteHandler Defines the contract that a class must implement in order to process a request for a matching route pattern.
RouteDirection Indicates whether ASP.NET routing is processing a URL from a client or generating a URL.