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Can a Server Ctrl be developed without IIS running?

Running IIS on the development PC is an inconvenience. Can Server Controls
(or major parts of them) be developed without it? The COM controls can be
developed and tested using a Windows App and then used in Internet Apps.
What about Server Controls? Is IIS the only "server"?
Dec 15 '05 #1
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Server controls are just a class library which is essentially a dll.
You can develop them without using IIS, however, how are you going to
test them to make sure they work?

However, If you are using VS 2005 you can use the build in web server
that comes with it for testing. This is a way around it.

Dec 15 '05 #2

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