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gary
Posted: 08/23/2004, 3:43 PM

I've been building pages with .NET (C#) and so far my experience is lots of pain, but no obvious gain. Does anyone else share this observation? I'm tempted to go back to good ol' ASP technology...

One-too-many-dots,
gary
DonB
Posted: 08/23/2004, 5:07 PM

You are not alone. Sort of like nuclear energy. Clean, efficient,
powerful, not friendly at all, and damn it can kill you. .NET compelled me
to learn PHP. I continue to do good ol' ASP 3.0 and stay clear of .NET.
It might not be all that bad, but the documentation is next to imposible to
follow (the M/S docs, that is), so all I know is it's been one pain in the
you-know-where from the get-go.

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"gary" <gary@forum.codecharge> wrote in message
news:8412a731f8ecda@news.codecharge.com...
> I've been building pages with .NET (C#) and so far my experience is lots
of
> pain, but no obvious gain. Does anyone else share this observation? I'm
> tempted to go back to good ol' ASP technology...
>
> One-too-many-dots,
> gary
> ---------------------------------------
> Sent from YesSoftware forum
> http://forums.codecharge.com/
>

gary
Posted: 08/24/2004, 7:41 AM

I chose .NET thinking that it is a newest and good for my job in the future but the number of user using .NET in CCS is very small therefore it is very hard to get tips and tricks on how to do things in the .NET vs ASP I wished I can stay with the plain ASP but my company standards tool is the .NET so I have no other choice, luckily the support is good answering your questions and resolving any problems you may have. I finished a project using the .NET VB with about a dozen or so emails to supports asking for solutions and one way or another I get the answers some took a few tries. So if you got stuck like myself don't be afraid to email your problems or questions to support once you have a project completed the future projects will be less painful. Good luck!
Shawn Mason
Posted: 08/24/2004, 7:20 PM

When I use CodeCharge I use ASP. ASP.Net is awsome but the way CCS handles
it makes it more difficult to work with then it should be. Plus, having no
intellisense and no debugger makes it even tougher. They are working on
intellisense but the debugging has not been mentioned. So, for ASP I use
CodeCharge and for ASP.Net I use VS.Net with a data access layer generator.

Regards,

Shawn Mason

"gary" <gary@forum.codecharge> wrote in message
news:8412a731f8ecda@news.codecharge.com...
> I've been building pages with .NET (C#) and so far my experience is lots
of
> pain, but no obvious gain. Does anyone else share this observation? I'm
> tempted to go back to good ol' ASP technology...
>
> One-too-many-dots,
> gary
> ---------------------------------------
> Sent from YesSoftware forum
> http://forums.codecharge.com/
>

CameronF

Posts: 23
Posted: 08/25/2004, 9:14 AM

I've had very good luck with VB.net and code charge. It took a bit of getting used to but now I'm really liking it!
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