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Does use of MicroStrategy.NET require VB.NET and aspx pages?

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I read that the only way to use MicroStrategy.NET is with VB.NET and aspx pages. Is this still true today?

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From here:
https://lw.microstrategy.com/msdz/msdl/902/docs/Development_in_a_NET_Environment.htm

It looks like the pages they provide you are in a VB format with ascx (user controls).  

But they also provide the API so you can extract data and present that data in any .net Page.
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