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I have quite a large application i've written in ASP and would like to port all existing code to ASP.NET (even if that included an entire rewrite).
 
My existing application consists of over 250 asp pages.  
How would you go about creating this as an .net asp+ app?? Obviously I have a few asp files that have general functions and connectionstring and constants that all other pages reference. Where would these fit into a full scale ASP.NET application?
 
In all the examples you look at that most of them fit nicely in one Webapplication, however im sure it would look extremely messy if you had 200 .cs files in one app, would it not??
 
Any ideas??
 
Thanks
RS

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