Chapter 13. Case Study: ASP to ASP.NET

The application chosen for migration from ASP to ASP.NET is the PMS which was explained in the previous chapter. We have developed the system as a Web application in ASP that will be migrated to ASP.NET. We will first discuss the functionality covered in the Web application and then discuss steps taken to migrate it. The Web application follows general ASP coding standards and, specifically, the guidelines mentioned in Chapter 5. Although the use of session variables in a Web application is not considered the best practice, we have done so merely to demonstrate session state management in ASP and, later on, in the migrated ASP.NET version of the Web application. The business logic is contained in COM components ...

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