Last post Jan 21, 2006 03:38 PM by Mikhail Arkhipov (MSFT)
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The answer is yes in Asp.net 1.1 in Visual Studio 2003 but no in Visual Studio 2005 because I am assuming the Asp.net team thinks it is enough time to change to C#. Try the threads below for the how and the book to use in Visual Studio 2003. Hope this
Jan 21, 2006 03:38 PM|Mikhail Arkhipov (MSFT)|LINK
There are actually two questions here
1. Is it possible?
2. Can I use VS to to that?
The answer to #1 is yes, but there will have to be a layer of managed code with which ASP.NET runtime can interact. It can be written in managed C++ (i.e. C++ with .NET extensions) + COM object written in pure C++.
The answer to #2 is no. VS does not provide any tools to develop Web application in C++ (managed or otherwise).