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Using Non-Sharepoint ASP.Net applications within Sharepoint 2010.

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 20, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

Hi all,

I was wondering if you could still do the technique (dodgy or not) or placing ASP.Net Applications in the _layouts directory of your Sharepoint site and have them accessed from within your sharepoint environment. This used to work and i have used it extensively with my MOSS 2007 environment which i'm planning to move across to 2010 in the next couple of months.

I have managed to get my DLL into the GAC but when i added the aspx pages to the /_layouts/<solution>/ dir and navigated there i recieved a 500 Server Internal Error. So is there something else that i need to do to make this happen. I would really like to re-use these old systems as i dont have time to re-write them anytime soon.

Thanks in advance

Courtney O'Sullivan   




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