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combining two websites

Dear all,

I have the following situation. Our document oriented data are kept in a CMS (collage) and structured data is manipulated via ASP.NET and presented as aspx pages. ASP.NET has its own folder A and collage writes HTML into folder B (every 24 hours) using certain style sheets. The challenge is to combine the two systems so that everything looks like a seamless website residing in folder B. I managed to style my aspx pages using the aforementioned style sheets in conjunction with a MasterPage. However, I am not sure how to get things into folder B. A crude solution would be to agree on some pages that reside in B and redirect (using HTML redirect?) to the corresponding aspx pages. I guess this is a stupid idea. Could you please suggest some alternatives? Any feedback/pointer welcome. Many thanks in advance.

Best wishes,

Chris

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ASPSQLServerCOMCommented:
make folder B as virtual directory under folder A and it will be all set, is this what you are looking for
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csetzkornAuthor Commented:
does this not intermingle with my asp.net stuff (i.e. do I see this folder in VS)?

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ASPSQLServerCOMCommented:
no, it will not create problem to your asp.net site.

What is a Virtual Directory and how to create it?
http://www.dotnetspider.com/tutorials/AspNet-Tutorial-86.aspx

Configuring IIS Web Sites and Virtual Directories
http://www.advancedinstaller.com/user-guide/tutorial-iis.html

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