Last post Mar 19, 2012 04:18 AM by Dino He - MSFT
Mar 15, 2012 03:35 PM|JamesLee9871|LINK
What is Application Mapping and how does it relate to web server applications?
Mar 19, 2012 04:18 AM|Dino He - MSFT|LINK
By default, when the .NET Framework is installed on a computer where the runtime is already installed, all ASP.NET applications are automatically updated to use that version of the .NET Framework. The only exceptions are applications that are bound to an
incompatible version of the runtime or to a later version of the runtime. (Compatibility is typically determined by the .NET Framework version number. Major version differences are usually incompatible, whereas minor updates and build number version differences
are compatible.) Although later versions of the .NET Framework are designed to be backward compatible, you might want to configure an ASP.NET application to use a specific version of the runtime.
When managing a computer with multiple versions of the .NET Framework installed, it is often useful to view an ASP.NET application's script map (sometimes referred to as an application map) to determine which version the application is using. You can view
the script map for an ASP.NET application using the Internet Information Services (IIS) management console.
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