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Visual Studio .NET 2002 and .NET Server 2003

 
 
José Ramón Rodríguez
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      07-25-2003
Hello,

When I installed Visual Studio .NET 2002 on a .NET Server trial version at
the office it said the product had incompatibilities with .NET Server. Has
anybody had any problems?

I have problems creating Web applications with this version of Visual Studio
in .NET Server 2003? Do I need Visual Studio 2003?

Thanks in advance,

José R. Rodríguez



 
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Ken Cox [Microsoft MVP]
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      07-26-2003
Not sure, but it may be because Windows Server 2003 uses ASP.NET 1.1 and VS.NET
2002 uses ASP.NET 1.0.

I suspect there's a way around this but you'd be best to go with 2003


"José Ramón Rodríguez" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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Hello,

When I installed Visual Studio .NET 2002 on a .NET Server trial version at
the office it said the product had incompatibilities with .NET Server. Has
anybody had any problems?

I have problems creating Web applications with this version of Visual Studio
in .NET Server 2003? Do I need Visual Studio 2003?

Thanks in advance,

José R. Rodríguez




 
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      08-06-2003
There IS a way around for this. You have to register, on
IIS 6 a new type of MIME file. The associated extension
is .TMP and the text is text/plain. Once done that on IIS
6 you'll be able to create new web apps from VS.NET 2002
on Windows Server 2003.

Carlos

>-----Original Message-----
>Not sure, but it may be because Windows Server 2003 uses

ASP.NET 1.1 and VS.NET
>2002 uses ASP.NET 1.0.
>
>I suspect there's a way around this but you'd be best to

go with 2003
>
>
>"José Ramón Rodríguez" <(E-Mail Removed)>

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>Hello,
>
>When I installed Visual Studio .NET 2002 on a .NET Server

trial version at
>the office it said the product had incompatibilities

with .NET Server. Has
>anybody had any problems?
>
>I have problems creating Web applications with this

version of Visual Studio
>in .NET Server 2003? Do I need Visual Studio 2003?
>
>Thanks in advance,
>
>José R. Rodríguez
>
>
>
>
>.
>

 
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