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parevr23

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Posted: 03/11/2004, 7:40 PM

Hi all,

I have been using CodeCharge studio to develop regular ASP applications (not ASP .Net) for a while now and it has been great!

We are planning to move towards the ASP .Net side instead of the old ASP. I am not too familiar with .Net except for the fact that it is a total re-write and it works on a different way. Is CodeCharge Studio a good tool still to develop ASP .Net? What are the advantage over Visual Studio .Net

Thanks
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E43509

Posts: 283
Posted: 03/12/2004, 5:10 AM

Yes yes yes
Since you are a CCS user already, you can easily get a page up and running in no time with CCS and those brilliant guys also create a vbproj file that VS can read. I do nearly all my work in CCS and stay in that environment but go to VS to run its debugger and step thru code.
go for it!
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sasey
Posted: 06/21/2004, 3:42 AM

how can you use the CCS projects in VS.Net
peterr


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Posted: 06/21/2004, 10:57 AM

Generate/publish your application, then open the generated file .vbproj or .csproj in VS.NET.
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