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Last post Oct 05, 2007 12:29 PM by kapil.wm
Feb 09, 2007 03:54 AM|LINK
I have a good success story. We just completed a few weeks ago, an upgrade of a large, multi-tier asp.net web application from .net 1.1 to 2.0. This application was a full 3 tier app and consisted of 15 projects, over 128,000 lines of code, 12 aspx pages,
and over 40 ascx (user controls). It took one developer (myself) about 400 hours and was completed in 6-7 weeks. Yes, lots of sleep was sarificed, but it was worth it.
All in all, this was not a smooth upgrade. We had to do a lot of work, but persistance and knowledge pay off. Here were the logistics.
Added 30 Abstract classes for user control to user control communication and event handling.
Fixed 840 CLR non compliant warnings.
Fixed 250 errors.
Changed about 50 lines of code due to changes in the configuration and remoting classes.
Next, we start the UI cleanup and begin AJAX enabling the application. [:)]
Good luck to everyone on their projects. Love to hear more success stories.
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Oct 05, 2007 12:29 PM|LINK
Congratulation for your successful upgrade of framework. You did really hard work and its worth. But Dear, If you have written your story in more details and more technically, then we new comers can also learn something from that.
Actually I also need to do such big updation and I need some useful steps to complete that successfully. So if you have some tips or some keys to update, then please let us know.