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Call ASP.NET application pages from old ASP page

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Hi All,

How can I call a page of ASP.NET application from old ASP page? Is there
anything about deployment I should be aware to make it happen?

Thanks.
william
Nov 19 '05 #1
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Hi All,

How can I call a page of ASP.NET application from old ASP page? Is there
anything about deployment I should be aware to make it happen?

Thanks.
william


You can coexist asp and asp.net code, but you better have an asp.net web app
in place before you call it.

<% Response.Redirect("ASPDOTNETPAGE.ASPX") %>

IIS through ISAPI knows how to deal with ASPX files.

Remember that ASP.NET is managed code, and the runtime is looking for the
classes (the /bin folder with the appropos DLL) associated with
ASPDOTNETPAGE.ASPX, as well as perhaps a web.config page, a global.asax page,
etc. in other words, whatever the .net app requires.

Not to mention, the .NET Framework in place on the server!

-- ipgrunt

Nov 19 '05 #2

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