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Thread began 8/12/2009 4:25 pm by Anna Robinson | Last modified 12/14/2013 2:04 pm by Anna Robinson | 20790 views | 23 replies


No more ASP Moving Forward?

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  ....I know you don't want to delve into the code, but unfortunately your options with using ASP classic are that you are going to have to from now on if you want to make updates that aren't included. This will include updating to new versions of payment gateways or shipping providers. The long term answer to continue using WebAssist tools and support is to move to PHP.  

Based on this statement I will be looking for another solution for Dreamweaver coding ASP/.NET.

After our company as spent over a $1,000 dollars over the past 2 years with WebAssist I see no reason to "Go Forward" with WebAssist if ASP/.Net is being abandoned and PHP (OPEN SOURCE) only solutions.


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