[Mono-list] Re: Mono ASP.net
Sun, 27 Jul 2003 08:14:29 -0400
<P>I haven't used XSP much for a couple of months, so I'm forwarding your email to the mono-list. Someone on the list should be able to give you a better response.</P>
<P>There is more info on the ADO.NET Provider Factory at <A href="http://www.go-mono.com/provider-factory.html">http://www.go-mono.com/provider-factory.html</A>. While it is part of the Mono project, it can also be used in regular MS.NET apps too. It basically a way to abstract the type of database you're connecting to. </P>
<P>Hope this helps,<BR>Brian</P></DIV>
<DIV></DIV>>From: "Dale Sides" <DALE@DALESIDES.COM>
<DIV></DIV>>Subject: Mono ASP.net
<DIV></DIV>>Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 22:35:27 -0400
<DIV></DIV>>I am very interested in the Mono project, specifically the asp.net portions. I have a mid sized project that I would like to port to mono on Redhat or Solaris. This website is currently written in asp and vbscript. I have ported it to .Net using vb.net and was in the process or attempting to port it to c# when I came across Mono.
<DIV></DIV>>I have installed Mono and xsp on two Redhat servers one RH8 and one RH9. I have the samples that came with xsp that gives me some of the basics, but I was wondering if there were any more samples of more full blown type of applications available? Particularly involving code-behind pages developed in vs.net.
<DIV></DIV>>I have not been able to get the code-behind to work in mono as of yet. The documentation is a little sparse. If I can get my project working, I will document the whole process and make it available to the mono project for distribution. This project is currently working with SQL Server and vb.net.
<DIV></DIV>>I would also like to have some info on the provider factory you mentioned at http://www12.brinkster.com/brianr/ideas/adocodegen.aspx
<DIV></DIV>>Thanks in advance,
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