I've looked all over the Web, read this forum's FAQ, read a few books and even searched for posts ÃÂ in this forum, but I can't seem to find an answer to my question.ÃÂ Hopefully someone here can help.
Okay, so my team primarily develops ASP.Net applications for our client.ÃÂ As good customer-focused contractors we also fulfill all sorts of other technical needs our client might make us aware of.ÃÂ As an example, we've recently planned and deployed a MOSS 2007 solution for our client's collaboration needs.ÃÂ The MOSS 2007 installation is pretty standard, other than branding and such, but the client really loves the potential of the platform.ÃÂ As such, the client asked us to "migrate" our existing Web applications to MOSS 2007 so that all users can hit the new portal as a "one-stop-shop" for everything. ÃÂ ÃÂ
Now, these applications are all full-featured, data-driven, .Net 3.5-based, AJAX-enabled Web applications that also take advantage of just about every feature of the Membership and Roles API - from authentication to authorization to profiles to personalization to event logging.ÃÂ Each Web application has its own transactional database to suppor
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