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Convert from Windows application to ASP.Net

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Hi EveryBody:

in Vb.Net 2003 How can I convert my windows application to be ASP.Net Web
application ?

I mean how can I add all the classes and members of ASP.Net application to
my windows application ?

Any help will ba appreciated

regard's

Husam
Mar 4 '06 #1
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Husam,

With a lot of work.

There is not something as a converter.

I cannot remember that I have even not seen commercial ads about that in
these newsgroups,

A WebForm application is stateless, a Windowform application not, that makes
that you have completely to make another kind of desging. You can of course
use things as your business rules if you have those seperated from the rest.

I hope this helps anyhow.
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Hi EveryBody:

in Vb.Net 2003 How can I convert my windows application to be ASP.Net Web
application ?

I mean how can I add all the classes and members of ASP.Net application to
my windows application ?

Any help will ba appreciated

regard's

Husam

Mar 4 '06 #2

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If you separated your business logic from your User Interface, it shouldn't
be that hard. That is to say all your logic is in a DLL and your WinApp uses
your DLL to present them.

You can just create an ASP.NET application to use your DLL. All your doing
is creating a new presentation layer, but with the same business logic.

Again, assuming it's been seperated.

"Husam" wrote:
Hi EveryBody:

in Vb.Net 2003 How can I convert my windows application to be ASP.Net Web
application ?

I mean how can I add all the classes and members of ASP.Net application to
my windows application ?

Any help will ba appreciated

regard's

Husam

Mar 4 '06 #3

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