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Microsoft® Visual J#™ .NET (Core Reference) by John/Longshaw, Andy Sharp

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Migrating from ASP Pages

Chances are, you’ll want any new projects that you start on a Windows platform to take advantage of the new features in the .NET Framework. But you might also need to migrate existing ASP-based application into ASP.NET. The first thing to note here is that you don’t have to migrate everything immediately: ASP pages and ASP.NET pages can quite happily coexist on the same Web server or even in the same application, if this suits your purposes.

Language and Code

One main issue with migration is the language barrier. Most ASP applications are written using Visual Basic as the server-side language. If you want to recast these as J# (or C#), you’ll obviously need to port the code. However, you’ve seen that you can use different ...

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