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Hi Chris & all,
I've developed an online "camp management" system for the non-profit I work for, and used Classic ASP. Unfortunately, I also used MS Access as my database, and have regretted it as the system grew to over 3,000 users!
So, we're now upgrading to SQL Server and cleaning all the code as we go - making it more standards compliant, implementing AJAX where it proves useful, etc.
While doing so, I'm wondering if I should move to ASP.NET. I'm very nervous about how long it may take us, and how much harder it may make editing the site (which is still being developed and grown every week). Reading this article has confirmed my suspicion that I should stay with Classic ASP.
BUT... I was wondering if ASP.NET 2.0 changes this? Should I be moving forward with the new technology? What's your experience with ASP.NET 2.0 over 1?
Thanks... and thanks for a great site!