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Web.config & ASP?

Posted on 2004-10-07
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Hi,

I am almost developed a website which is mixed on ASP.Net and classic ASP. The reason to mix classic ASP is that I have 3 years experience in ASP and just started learning asp.Net.

Ok now let me explain. I have used page level connections throughout my site. I know its bad programming practice but at that time i was facing problems using include files for asp and also was short in time so have to use them in order for less consumption of time. Now the website is complete and I want to now make universal connection for whole website. And also let me tell you that I haven't used VS STudio for the development and so almost no page has codebehind.

- I know that web.config is used for ASP.Net, will it work for Classic ASP also?

Quick help needed... so issuing out 500 points for the first best solution provider.

Thanks,

Khurram.
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mmarinov earned 500 total points
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Hi,

read this short article, it will give you the answer
http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/Code/2003/June/Web.ConfigInASPNet.asp

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B..M
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Ok...

Very nice article... exactly what I need to know... but am still confused about using web.config with ASP. Can you explain that coding sample for it?

Also can I still use Application variable or include files for ASP pages within the website?

Thanks,
Khurram.
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yes you can still use application variables
as for the example - it's just creates an object for reading xml file what exactly web.config is

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Very nice...

The last part of question...

We used application variable to be defined in global.asa file. I know we can define them as following also.

Application("xyz") = xyz

But can you provide me an idea if I have to use the above method, what would be the best place to declare them?

Thanks,
Khurram.
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khurram007,

this is totally new question
for the rules in EE you have to ask a new question
also if you post a new question when EE members search they will be provided with a correct results

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ok no problem...
am posting it as another question...

hope to see u there...

points issued..

Khurram.
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