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Need advice on starting ASP and eCommerce programming

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
hello group,I'm about to start implementing an e-commerce using ASP.NET and C#. However, I'm moving from PHP to .NET platform, of course in past have done C# programming. I have few questions;Where to start? is only ASP.NET that I need to catch up with or other topics as well?How can I use an e-commerce template i.e. nop-commerce or ... such that I can write/read to/from a different database other than MS SQL Server?How can I learn to tie nop-eCommerce with my ASPX pages ? is there any reference that I can use to learn it or is it part of the documentation which come with online store API?Thanks in advance.

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