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EP: creating .Net iViews

Hello,

We are developing portal iViews for EP6. We are searching for the best ways to create .Net iViews. Any documentation, links or information is highly appreciated.

Another point: We reached the presentation EEP301 regarding this topic. The method presented in this presentation is related to EP5. Can we use it also in EP6, and in which way?

Thank you.

Catalin Ignat

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    Posted on Jul 01, 2004 at 02:40 PM

    We have the same problem: it's waiting for the .NET PDK for EP 6.0 (there would be a beta this summer..??)

    Evert Deweer

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    Posted on Jul 01, 2004 at 06:28 PM

    In EP5 the .NET iviews is used to integrate any web enabled application. This is not supported in the same way in EP6, you have to use the AppIntegrator, there is a document in this site (i can't found the link again) called HowToUseAppIntegrator_en.pdf, if you want I can send it to you by email.

    If you want to integrate really .NET applications (ASP.net with .netframework), we have to wait to the PDK (in theory beta available this summer), or you can use for now the EP 6.0 .net controls and AppIntegrator.

    Hope this helps

    Regards

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