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    ASP.net 2.0 and asp.net app written with .net framework 1.1

    will my app which was written with .net framework 1.1 run fine on a webserver running the ASP.net 2.0 server ?

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    Probably, but it's best to test in that environment since there are some breaking changes that could affect your application.

    BTW, by default it will run under 1.1 unless 1.1 isn't installed. You can also configure the app to run under 2.0 even if 1.1 is installed.
    Paul
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    As Paul explained
    Matrix.Net they can run side by side..
    All you have to do in IIS is to configure your vitual directory to use ver 1.1 or ver 2.0.
    PAtrick

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