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ASP and .NET connector

I know we can use SAP .NET connector to to integrate to the SAP system from ASP.NET. However can we use .NET connector for the older ASP? If not do we have to use the older DCOM connector.

I'm not familiar with ASP or ASP.NET. Is there a migration path and is it a big job?

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    Posted on Nov 07, 2008 at 05:44 AM

    Hi Graham,

    Answer to your queries-

    1. No. You can't use .NET connector with ASP.

    2. Yes, you can use the DCOM connector. You also have the option to directly consume the webservices using SOAP. Of'couse you would have to figure out how to write/generate proxy classes.

    3. For ASP to .NET migration related issues..post/search your queries to MSDN (Microsoft Support Portal). I am sure there you would find a lot of guide which can help you do the migration.

    I would personally suggest you think about the migration option if viable for you.

    Regards.

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    Posted on Nov 10, 2008 at 02:13 PM

    In fact the difference between ASP and ASP.net is hugue. You can write your page ASP.net as we do on ASP (VB.net or C# instead VBscript) but it does'nt make sens.

    To do you have to spend 1 or 2 weeks to learn ASP.net ... But it's a very good improvement, and the ROI is hugue too....

    Migration from ASP to ASP.net is an issue... It isn't easy ?

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