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ASP.Net Web / ASP.Net (AJAX Enabled) Web application - Which is which?

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MS Web Developer 2005 Express (AJAX Enabled)

How can I tell the difference between a normal ASP.Net Web application and an ASP.Net (AJAX Enabled) Web application? I've created (SAME) name applications and I can't tell which is which. Both applications are named  'ColorScale', one normal ASP.Net application (contains only one Web page) and the other a ASP.Net (AJAX Enabled) application with one Web page. These Web pages contain a lot of code and I'm not sure if I can interchange them with each application. I'm not even sure if I can import (add existing items) from a normal ASP.net application  to an AJAX Enabled application and visa-versa. Help...Please.

ADawn
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Hey ADawn,

The easiest way to recognize the difference between normal web application and web application with Ajax Enabled is to compare the difference between the web.config files of both:
- normal web application: Node starts with '<configuration>'
- web with ajax enabled: Node starts with '<configSections>'

I am surely this is the easiest way to do so.

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Joesy
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