We have .Net Framework 1.1 and 2.0 installed on the same server. We now have new requirements that will need AJAX. We can either install:
1. .Net Framework 3.5
2. AJAX Toolkit (with existing .Net Framework 2.0)
We do not want to have any issues with existing applications due to this. Please suggest which will be a better approach and what will be the impact on existing applications using older versions?
Are there any specific guidelines for having multiple versions on same server?
You don't need to install anything, unless what you mean is, we don't know enough to use AJAX and will need to use a Microsoft framework instead. AJAX is nothing to do with ASP.NET, only the Microsoft wrapper library is.
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I am developing an web site where i have feedback form where i am getting information from user like (Email address ,Subject, And Comment )after this on button click i want to send mail to owner of the web site. so i write code :
Dim mail As New MailMessage("txtfrom.text", "firstname.lastname@example.org", "Txtsub.text", "txtcoment.text")
Dim smtp As New SmtpClient("localhost", 1161)
When i am testing this by running from from visual studio 2005 i get error "Failure sending mail" at smtp.Send(mail).
can any one tell me what i should do .
i tried that to but the problem is where ever i m sending mail it comes from the user name that we use as google credential.
but i have a feedback form where i am taking email address from user and i want that email address as a from email. so that my web master can directly hit reply button when he received mail for further transactions.
Hello, I am creating a asp.net (2.0) form which has about 40 fields. For each one of these fields, I'm required to have a small imagebutton which when clicked opens a pop-up window with a heading and help text that are picked up from the config file. I solicit your suggestion to implement this in an efficient and easy way.
Thanks for your help
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