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Migrating from MS Access to SQL Server with ASP.Net 2.0

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Hi All,

I am involved in migratinig one of the MS Access Project to ASP.Net and SQL Server 2000. My question here is that how Modules and Class Modules can be taken care in ASP.Net. To some extend I know the answer but I want to know whether that is the right way or any other solution is available.

My understanding is,
1) MS Access Modules will be placed in the App_code directory (wrt .Net 2.0) and set the Methods and the variables to "static".

2) MS Access Class Modules can be treated as a class in ASP.Net also, I beleive it meets the requirement.

I just want to know whether my understanding on the above modules are right or any other better solution is available.

Any pointer towards this will help me to solve the problem. (I have already posted this message I dont know where it is, so I am again starting a new thread, sorry.)

Feb 8 '07 #1
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I was going to suggest that you post this in Community / .NET but it seems your other post (How to take care Modules and Class Modules (Access) in ASP.Net) is already there. I would doubt this is an issue that Access experts can help with but let's see if anything comes up. I expect your other post is more likely to find someone with the right skills.
Feb 10 '07 #2

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