6 Unforgettable Steps in The ASP to ASP.NET Migration

6 Unforgettable Steps in The ASP to ASP.NET Migration

By Imran Salahuddin | February 23rd, 2015 |

Speed up your Migration

This blog was created for ASP to ASP.NET Migration and designed to help you convert ASP pages and applications to ASP.NET. It does not make the conversion process completely automatic, but it will speed up your project by automating some of the steps required for ASP to ASP.NET Migration.

Here’s how to try the ASP to ASP.NET Migration

Ø Established ASP Compatibility Mode that you can use

Labeling STA components from code running beneath the MTA model doesn’t do well and can be very undependable.

Ø Modify the Object Use

In any asp to ASP.NET migration, it is all about change. If you’re lucky, your pages will run smoothly without any compilation errors. That does not mean that run-time errors won’t pop up. If this happens, it’s possible your code is not giving you the appropriate outcome yet.

Ø Remember to apply Typing in Migration

After you know your code runs, then it is time to add typing. If you don’t, the presentation of the code is going to be inferior in the ASP classic mode because the code is outdated, and that is a performance downer.

Ø Handle Additional Syntax and API Variations

Any object-oriented model in ASP.NET substitutes the consecutive model of ASP pages.

Ø Learn to handle Language Changes with ease

As a substitute, you have to use all of VB.

Ø Retitling Files

You may desire to defer this change until later in the procedure. If your pages were created with JavaScript you don’t have to fear to lose IntelliSense when you decide to change languages.

An asp to ASP.NET migration is all about making your application better and these six steps are sure to help you along the way.

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Imran Salahuddin
Director, Migration Services at Macrosoft Inc
Imran serves as Macrosoft’s Migration Director. With two decades of industry experience, Imran continues to demonstrate his ability to ensure seamless migrations. Imran works with Project Managers, sales/strategy teams, and clients to ensure the successful migration of legacy applications. Moreover, Imran exhibits effective communication skills and an eye for quality service.

As a Microsoft Certified and PMI Project Management Professional, Imran can migrate a myriad of difficult technologies. Most recently, he migrated a VFP legacy application which communicated to networking equipment. Testing the application without detailed knowledge of the domain was the real challenge.

Imran also dedicates his time to IoT (Internet of Things), as well as Online Sales, and looks to improve upon all of Macrosoft’s existing verticals.
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