Last post Jun 02, 2006 04:20 PM by jtfml
Jun 02, 2006 04:20 PM|jtfml|LINK
I apologize if this is posted in the wrong group or if this has been covered in the past. I didn't find anything in previous posts. I'm wondering how far the influence of the frontpage extensions extends. I would like to be able to put .net
2.0 web services on a web host in the directory that is created by visual studio. I would also like to be able to put classic ASP files in the same directory and use FTP and IE to update those files. However, I believe that doing this will corrupt the front
page extensions installation. Where do I need to put my classic ASP files in order to prevent corrupting the front page extensions?
My second question is, "Do front page extensions need to be installed in order to run the web service or ASP.net web page? If I only have to have them installed in order to transfer my projects, then maybe I could live with that.