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Net 1.1 (VS2003) web app.. run on ASP.Net 2.0 ?

Net 1.1 (VS2003) web app.. run on ASP.Net 2.0 ?

(OP)
Is it possible for a web app developed/maintained in Visual Studio 2003 (.Net 1.1)... to run on ASP.Net 2.0 ?
(Looking for a way to run on ASP.Net 2.0 but NOT have to convert the app to Visual Studio 2005...)

Thanks

RE: Net 1.1 (VS2003) web app.. run on ASP.Net 2.0 ?

Do a google search for .net configuration files. Basically you need a configuration file which targets 1.1. It will look something like this - this one retargets 2.0 on a 4.5 system.

CODE

<?xml version="1.0"?> 
    <configuration> 
    <startup> 
        <supportedRuntime version="v2.0.50727"/> 
    </startup> 
</configuration> 

RE: Net 1.1 (VS2003) web app.. run on ASP.Net 2.0 ?

(OP)
OK, follow-up question... Just to be clear, I realized that this config option was available for non-web programs and that this could be inserted into the "<app>.config" file for the app. But, I wasn't sure if this also applied to an ASP.NET app. So... what you are saying is to put this into the web.config file for this app ???


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