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Thread: ASP extension [SOLVED]

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    Default ASP extension [SOLVED]

    NOF used to have ASP extention capability with Microsoft IIS.
    Where has this gone???

    -adragton

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    Right back where it always was. In Site View, click the Custom Names button in the Properties Palette and then make your selection.

    Laurence

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    This page will explain how to set one page in your site with an asp extension: http://www.gotfusion.com/tutsTD/siteviewpalettes.cfm

    This page will explain how to set all pages in your site to an asp extension: http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=178
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    OMG....Thank you!!!!
    This gives further hope to continue since I see MS SQL is supported.
    I am a MS shop and HAVE convinced management that I can reduce contractor support by $1.5MIL by doing our web site myself, since our current hosting prevents any DBMS backend, so we have to constantly send Excel files to contractors who run through some long drawn out process to update views. My method will take advantage of Cloud-Offering with DBMS surpassing current site with LIVE capability.

    -adragton

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