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Last post Sep 20, 2011 06:12 PM by rezaxp
Sep 18, 2011 09:26 AM|LINK
is it possible to built asp.net application with c++ as language .If is it possible please can you tell how ?If is it not possible please tell why is it not possible .
Sep 18, 2011 09:43 AM|LINK
Actually no the asp.net engine doesn't support c++ but as I read many many years ago in an article you can just code your codebehind using c++ but I don't think that it could be a suitable approach for large scale applications.
this is that article's link
why you are not migrating to c# ?
Sep 19, 2011 08:08 AM|LINK
I am already a C# and VB.NET professional . But i had the curisity to know whether code behind can be written in C++ or any other language .
Afterall CLR is language independent then why its not possible to code in C++ ...rather C++/CLI ?
What is actualy meant by ASP.NET engine ?Is is separate from CLR ? Is there no any relation between CLR and ASP.NET runtime.I have heard about ASP.NET engine that parses the aspx page , but actual implementation and relation between CLR and ASP.NET engine
is not clear to me.Though i am ASP.NET web developer its very sad that ASP.NET engine is not clear to me .
Can you please help me ?
Sep 19, 2011 09:28 PM|LINK
Checked it ... has some useful information
The Asp.net Engine is a framework over CLR and has some responsibilities such as handling web request and responses which are not inside the CLR ...
Sep 20, 2011 12:52 AM|LINK
The Asp.net Engine is a framework over CLR
over CLR means ? can you please explain over here ?Is asp.net framework a part of clr or they are independent entity ?
and has some responsibilities such as handling web request
as far as handling web request , it is the work of web server e.g., IIS web server handles the web request ,not asp.net .This is my intution as far as i know.Please clearify me.
Sep 20, 2011 06:12 PM|LINK
Yes ofcourse handling the request is webservers task but who creates and fills request and response object or httpContext ?
who handles HTTPModules and handlers?
these are not inside CLR these are Asp.net Engine's tasks. Asp.net Engine use CLR to give more functionality for web.Look at MVC framework .. it's a framework over asp.net.it gives us more functionality using asp,net engine and asp.net Engine gives us web
functionality using CLR ... got it?