Dreamweaver extension - login/registration pages

Aleks
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I found a couple login/registration extensions for Dreamweaver, unfortunately they are for PHP and I will be developing in ASP.net
Does anyone know of a dreamweaver extension to create a login page for Dreamweaver?  or a tutorial could also work. (MS SQL 2008)

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The msdn doesnt apply since I am using Dreamweaver, and the second one neither because that is for PHP.
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and I will be developing in ASP.net

Dreamweaver basically doesn't support ASP.Net and there are no plugins developed for it in that language anymore.  Anything you find will be very old and not work with newer versions so you should stick with searching for tutorials.
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What do you think is a better deal ... i installed the basic extensions and i can try and put all the logic in the database and develop using Dreamweaver which i am used to anyways. or use ASP.VB script to develop the system ?  and have extensions available ?

If i try the miscrosoft tool it still doesnt have any extensions and now I have to on top of it learn a new tool.
Jason C. LevineDon't talk to me.
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or use ASP.VB

Let's clarify something.  ASP.NET or Classic ASP (ASP.VB)?

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Either .net VB  or ASP classic VB .. which seems to be very old technology .... although i havent found much support for .net anyways ... php ?   lol .. .seems to be very popular .. but then it may be harder to combine php and SQL 2008.
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If you want to try and use classic ASP then I would contact the folks at Web Assist (webassist.com) and ask them if they still sell SecurityAssist for ASP.  It's a great extension that automates the whole process.

The newer versions are PHP only but I know their sales and support people will still answer questions about the ASP stuff.

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I already have, in fact I own most of their extensions and they are real good. This is why I am also considering PHP ... what would be best then ?  cons of :

ASP.net ?  (No extensions)
ASP VBscrpt classic (Some extensions)
PHP (Many extensions)

Which technology should be used for a strong commercial product ?
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Which technology should be used for a strong commercial product ?

The one you are best able to support.

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I am more familiar with ASP.VB Classic, but that seems to be an 'out' technology. If this is so ... would it be easier to learn and support .net or php ?
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If this is so ... would it be easier to learn and support .net or php ?

How am I supposed to answer that in a quantitative fashion?  Some people can learn anything, some have trouble with .NET but fly on PHP and others reverse that.  You'll have to grab some text or code and see which one speaks to you.

If you want to let Dreamweaver handle the code, switch to PHP and take advantage of the extension ecosystem.

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