Last post Apr 26, 2008 02:19 PM by XIII
Apr 25, 2008 10:56 PM|margbarje|LINK
Actually I'm trying to move ASP.NET 3.5 and as I've to finish my project very soon, I was wondering when I finish my project, does my professor under ASP.NET 2.0, will be able to execute my project.
Is there any possibilty?
Thanks in advance for any advice
Apr 26, 2008 08:24 AM|XIII|LINK
if you used specific stuff from 3.5, no he won't be able to use that. Stuff like the Listview, linqdatasource, linq, datapager, any new stuff from C#3.0 or VB.NET won't compile on his Visual Studio 2005. So your professor needs to upgrade probably.
Apr 26, 2008 10:16 AM|margbarje|LINK
Hi ,Thanks for your response.
Did you hear about LINQBridge? Because I searched few days a go and it may help to solve this issue. Isn't it?
Apr 26, 2008 10:22 AM|XIII|LINK
I didn't hear of it before but apparently it could help you out to a certain degree. When you take a look at this page:
http://www.albahari.com/nutshell/linqbridge.html, you'll see there, I copied the piece of information:
You can—but the query operators will be awkward to use without lambda expressions, extension methods, query syntax, etc.
So I don't expect it to be able to completely provide all the features but if you're not using lambda expressions in your linq statements you could try it out. Install Visual Studio 2005 on your, or another, machine and try to open and build the solution.
If it works than you're ok, if not you should tell your teacher to upgrade or recreate your own solution to be 2.0 compliant.
Apr 26, 2008 10:47 AM|margbarje|LINK
I want to use LINQ to XML and I've no idea what are lambda expression. What are them?Are they necessary to LINQ To XML?
Apr 26, 2008 02:19 PM|XIII|LINK
take a look here to learn more:
But like I told you before, the best thing is to open your solution with Visual Studio 2005 and see if everything compiles against the .NET 2.0 framework to be sure. That's the best thing to do at this moment. Don't let your work go down or make a fool of
yourself in front of your teacher because of such a detail that you can check up front.