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So, I just recently started to migrate my website from 3.5 to 4.0. I am running in a bunch of issues but mainly 2 so far that have me stumped.
1. I have a custom URL rewrite module that I use, and it seems like it's being ignored to some extent. It works fine if I run it through Visual Studio 2010 debugger, so I have no idea why it's not being fired.
2. In some of my pages, I reference a BasePage class instead of System.Web.UI.Page. The ones that reference this BasePage class works fine, but when I use System.Web.UI.Page, I get : Object reference not set to an instance of an object when I try to create an object.
I'm currently having a problem with one of our old .Net 1.1 applications. For generating the user interface, a lot of incude statements were used.
In these includes, the variables from the parent files are used.
Now I have to use at least .Net 2 and Visual Studio 2010. The problem is that VS tries to compile these include files, which of course failes.
Is there any way to restore the old behavior again?
MSDN Magazine May 2007
Navigation is central to a well functioning Web application and it can be implemented numerous ways using today's technologies. This article highlights some of the key details of the new navigation controls that are part of the upcoming ASP.NET 2.0, and talks about how to design and implement one of these navigation controls today. This article contains a simple Web site that demonstrates the use of these navigation controls, pointing out some of the key items such as a breadcrumb control and things to watch for along the way. The article then describes how to implement a breadcrumb control today.
Dave Donaldson and Steven DeWalt
MSDN Magazine June 2004
MSDN Magazine May 2004
When the Web site used to collect customer feedback about the Visual Studio .NET beta needed an update, the Visual Studio team saw a good opportunity to implement, deploy, and showcase a real-world site using .NET technologies. This article covers the migration of the Web site, beta.visualstudio.net, from components written in Visual Basic 6.0 and ASP hosted on Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 5.0 to ASP.NET and the .NET Framework. The choices of technologies to be incorporated, along with issues such as validation, security, and authentication, are all discussed. Both existing components and the new components written in JScript and ASP.NET that were used to migrate the site are also explained.
MSDN Magazine September 2001
Hi we are migrating a website from a proprietary system to a new system built inSQL 2008. We have created a lookup table that contain the UrlAlias of every individual page and its associate id. On every page request the new system has to query the lookup table with around 6,000 pieces of rows to get its id.
Now i am afraid of the load it would generate on our server and make the system slow?
Is there any work around of doing this using rewriter, regular expression etc
I've just execute the C:\>stsadm -o preupgradecheck command to check my upgrade / migration process, however it come back with the following two error:
how shall i proceed with the migration then ?
all of the other result seems to be fine so far.
C:\>stsadm -o preupgradecheck