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  • User-684121473 posted
    I may already know the answer. But, but... Has anyone heard anything about coding aspx pages with Managed C++? Sniff, sniff. Thanks. And nooo! I don't want C#! I want C++!
    Wednesday, January 7, 2004 8:29 AM

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  • User-1087604911 posted
    You can do it (with VS support) in VS.NET 2003. You used to have to do it by hand in VS.NET 2002. VS.NET 2003 includes full CodeDom support so the wizards and Web Form designer is able to handle C++. Thats Managed C++ obviously.
    Saturday, January 10, 2004 3:43 PM
  • User763059395 posted
    You can do this the only problem is that you are going to have to do alot by hand. Because C++ does support .Net Web Services but not ASPX pages like ASPX files do. You can create all your files and use the UserControl and Page to create classes in C++ then use the Inherit part of the @Page tag to point to that class. This will work and will work well, it's just if you need to do any kind of inline databinding on the ASPX page it self you need to use VB.Net or C#.
    Wednesday, January 14, 2004 9:41 AM