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ossie
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9 Posts

Posted - February 18 2003 :  10:40:03  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I personaly would love to see a dotNet version of VPASP in the coming releases

support
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Posted - February 18 2003 :  20:30:28  Show Profile  Visit support's Homepage  Reply with Quote
We have looked at .NET and built a prototype and do not currently see the value of a .NET version right now. I would be interested in the opinions of others on this issue.

Howard Kadetz
VP-ASP

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ossie
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Posted - February 27 2003 :  08:04:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I would be very interested in having a look at your prototype

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lcaseydc
VP-ASP New User

USA
90 Posts

Posted - April 08 2003 :  22:08:40  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Howard,

The reduction in code alone is worth it...In order to alternate row color in .net it is one line of code compared to a whole sub routine in asp 3.0


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e1design
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Australia
13 Posts

Posted - April 22 2003 :  09:41:40  Show Profile  Visit e1design's Homepage  Reply with Quote
A .NET version?

YES PLEASE!

Written in VB.NET or C#, using code behind pages, & CSS?

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Gabriel
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Posted - July 31 2003 :  17:00:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
A .NET version would kick so much ass. Is the prototype available?



Edited by - Gabriel on July 31 2003 17:00:45
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alindsey
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Posted - September 28 2005 :  15:13:06  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Howard, Cam, etc.

Another user asked the question in

http://www.vpasp.com/virtprog/vpaspforum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3972

We're considering developing an add-on we've identified a need for, but are reticent to put a lot of effort into ASP-based code now that MS has all but disowned it. Can someone at VP tell us what your plans are regarding a .NET implementation of VPASP?


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support
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Posted - September 29 2005 :  08:13:30  Show Profile  Visit support's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Dear Alan,

At this point we have no plans to move to a .NET environment.

We have looked at .NET applications and very few .NET applications built work without issue in our admittedly limited experience. I know .NET fans will disagree with this but from what we have seen and from the .NET products we have trialled there have been many issues that are more Microsoft related than actual developer problems.

We will be concentrating on our ASP version for the short term at least to ensure that it is one of the most powerful shopping cart applications available.

The new version is built in ASP and is planned for tentaive release in the first week of December so if you feel like building any modules please be assured we will be supporting ASP for a while to come.

When the next version of .NET is released then we will be looking to migrate across.

Thank you
Cam Flanigan
VP-ASp Sales Director

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StevenWWinters
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Posted - September 29 2005 :  10:36:01  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Cam,

I'm curious as to what the major issues and/or objections you have with the current version of dotnet are.

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support
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Posted - September 29 2005 :  19:51:17  Show Profile  Visit support's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Nothing concrete. We just haven't seen any .NET application that works smoothly as yet.

I am not technical though so don't put too much credence on what I say.

Thank you
Cam Flanigan
VP-ASP Sales Director




Edited by - support on September 29 2005 19:51:33
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