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.Net Compatibility between .net framework 1.1 and 2.0

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Below is my use case:
1. Our Client Web applications are in .net 2.0. ( intitally the project has been created in 1.1. Converted to 2.0 using wizard )
2. Our Business Components are written in Framework 1.1
3. New Business Components are writen in Framework 2.0

Question: What are the best available options for the web application to use both 1.1 Business Components and 2.0 business components? Currently, There is tons of business logic in 1.1, where we can't convert everything to 2.0 at this time. Still we would like to use the 1.1 business components, with new business logic in 2.0.

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The best way is offcourse using the same framework. But if it's impossible to rework, you can use the 1.1 components in a 2.0 environment (not the other way).

Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 and 2.0 Compatibility
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms994381.aspx
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