Mixing asp.et / vb.net / MySQL2008 / Windows Server 2008

A client has been in touch with us as they have had an ecommerce website built, but it seems that multiple developers have worked on the site and a number of different platforms have been used. Are there any issues with the systems they are using together, potential problems etc?

asp.et / vb.net / MySQL2008 / Windows Server 2008
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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
If this:
asp.et / vb.net / MySQL2008 / Windows Server 2008
is accurate, then I don't see the problem. ASP.NET uses either VB.NET or C# under the hood, and even if you coded various components in both of the languages, it's .NET--it will (should) still work. Can you clarify what you mean by "different platforms"?

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helpchrisplzAuthor Commented:
hi soz. am just a bit of a noob with .net and asp so i dont know what those languages do and if they conflicted. am more of a apache guy!
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