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Can an .asp extension be redirected to an .aspx web application bythe server in IIS 6

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Hi,
We have an old .asp application. We want to write a new .aspx
application to replace it. However, many other programs still
reference the old .asp. What I want to do is have the .aspx run
instead of the .asp when these other applications run the .asp
program. Can the main.asp program be redirected to the .aspx
program? Hopefully by the server? We are running IIS 6.

Manny
Apr 2 '08 #1
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Hi

Guess <% response.redirect "where.apsx?" & Request.QueryString %can be
the way for both of your reqs

Regards,
Alex Meleta
[Tech Blog: http://devkids.blogspot.com]

THi,
TWe have an old .asp application. We want to write a new .aspx
Tapplication to replace it. However, many other programs still
Treference the old .asp. What I want to do is have the .aspx run
Tinstead of the .asp when these other applications run the .asp
Tprogram. Can the main.asp program be redirected to the .aspx
Tprogram? Hopefully by the server? We are running IIS 6.
TManny
T>
Apr 2 '08 #2

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On Apr 2, 9:18*am, Alex Meleta <amel...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi

Guess <% response.redirect "where.apsx?" & Request.QueryString %can be
the way for both of your reqs

Regards,
Alex Meleta
[Tech Blog:http://devkids.blogspot.com]

THi,
TWe have an old .asp application. *We want to write a new .aspx
Tapplication to replace it. *However, many other programs still
Treference the old .asp. *What I want to do is have the .aspx run
Tinstead of the .asp when these other applications run the .asp
Tprogram. *Can the main.asp program be redirected to the .aspx
Tprogram? *Hopefully by the server? *We are running IIS 6.
TManny
T>
Thanks Alex,

However, I found there is a redirect in IIS that does the trick It is
good
to have options though.

Thanks
Apr 2 '08 #3

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