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aspx files not created by VS 2003 or 2005

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Just got the book, ASP.NET by Greg Buczek (Osborne). The first part of book
listed many aspx codes, not created by VS 2003 or VS 2005. How can these
aspx files be coded? NotePad or VB 6? The book did show the web pages with
IE for these aspx files.

If not VS 2003 or VS 2005, then it must be VS 6. I have an old VS 6, so I
ran the aspx file of Chap 1, the IE browser showed only the background gif
file.

What's wrong? Can ASP.NET run on VS 6?

TIA,
Jeffrey

Feb 17 '07 #1
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The .Net framework wasn't released for VS 6. You're forgetting one version,
the original VS.Net, also known as VS.Net 2002. VS.Net 2003 was essentially
an updated version of 2002 with a number of fixes and some new features.

Keep in mind this book is woefully out of date as it was designed for
ASP.Net 1.0. ASP.Net 1.1 introduced a number of improved techniques and a
lot of design methods have been perfected since.
--

Hope this helps,
Mark Fitzpatrick
Former Microsoft FrontPage MVP 199?-2006

"Jeffrey" <cj*******@gmail.comwrote in message
news:6D**********************************@microsof t.com...
Just got the book, ASP.NET by Greg Buczek (Osborne). The first part of
book
listed many aspx codes, not created by VS 2003 or VS 2005. How can these
aspx files be coded? NotePad or VB 6? The book did show the web pages
with
IE for these aspx files.

If not VS 2003 or VS 2005, then it must be VS 6. I have an old VS 6, so I
ran the aspx file of Chap 1, the IE browser showed only the background gif
file.

What's wrong? Can ASP.NET run on VS 6?

TIA,
Jeffrey

Feb 17 '07 #2

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Mark,

Thanks.

My main question is:

For the aspx codes in the ASP.NET book, which were not created in the Visual
Studio.NET 2002, 2003, or 2005, how did these ASP.NET codes created? How can
these aspx .NET codes run at VS 6? Or these aspx .NET created as ASP.Net 1.0
codes can run at VS 6?

TIA,
Jeffrey

"Mark Fitzpatrick" wrote:
The .Net framework wasn't released for VS 6. You're forgetting one version,
the original VS.Net, also known as VS.Net 2002. VS.Net 2003 was essentially
an updated version of 2002 with a number of fixes and some new features.

Keep in mind this book is woefully out of date as it was designed for
ASP.Net 1.0. ASP.Net 1.1 introduced a number of improved techniques and a
lot of design methods have been perfected since.
--

Hope this helps,
Mark Fitzpatrick
Former Microsoft FrontPage MVP 199?-2006

"Jeffrey" <cj*******@gmail.comwrote in message
news:6D**********************************@microsof t.com...
Just got the book, ASP.NET by Greg Buczek (Osborne). The first part of
book
listed many aspx codes, not created by VS 2003 or VS 2005. How can these
aspx files be coded? NotePad or VB 6? The book did show the web pages
with
IE for these aspx files.

If not VS 2003 or VS 2005, then it must be VS 6. I have an old VS 6, so I
ran the aspx file of Chap 1, the IE browser showed only the background gif
file.

What's wrong? Can ASP.NET run on VS 6?

TIA,
Jeffrey


Feb 18 '07 #3

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What makes you believe that the codes was not created in any of the
Visual Studio .NET versions?

You can write .NET code in any editor. Notepad works just fine.

Visual Studio 6 does not support .NET.

Jeffrey wrote:
Mark,

Thanks.

My main question is:

For the aspx codes in the ASP.NET book, which were not created in the Visual
Studio.NET 2002, 2003, or 2005, how did these ASP.NET codes created? How can
these aspx .NET codes run at VS 6? Or these aspx .NET created as ASP.Net 1.0
codes can run at VS 6?

TIA,
Jeffrey

"Mark Fitzpatrick" wrote:
>The .Net framework wasn't released for VS 6. You're forgetting one version,
the original VS.Net, also known as VS.Net 2002. VS.Net 2003 was essentially
an updated version of 2002 with a number of fixes and some new features.

Keep in mind this book is woefully out of date as it was designed for
ASP.Net 1.0. ASP.Net 1.1 introduced a number of improved techniques and a
lot of design methods have been perfected since.
--

Hope this helps,
Mark Fitzpatrick
Former Microsoft FrontPage MVP 199?-2006

"Jeffrey" <cj*******@gmail.comwrote in message
news:6D**********************************@microso ft.com...
>>Just got the book, ASP.NET by Greg Buczek (Osborne). The first part of
book
listed many aspx codes, not created by VS 2003 or VS 2005. How can these
aspx files be coded? NotePad or VB 6? The book did show the web pages
with
IE for these aspx files.

If not VS 2003 or VS 2005, then it must be VS 6. I have an old VS 6, so I
ran the aspx file of Chap 1, the IE browser showed only the background gif
file.

What's wrong? Can ASP.NET run on VS 6?

TIA,
Jeffrey


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Feb 18 '07 #4

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