comunicating with legacy app

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by galadriel9992000, Jun 21, 2006.

  1. We have business layer written in privious version of vs.net (1.1)
    New GIU will be written in asp.net 2.0 . Do i need to write a web service to
    comunicate with legacy app ?
    Can somebody refer me to an artice on the web , please.
     
    galadriel9992000, Jun 21, 2006
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  2. you can also just set a reference to the old project and echange the data
    directly over the public method interface

    You cans set a reference to previous versions of .Net from your new project
    however the opposite is not possible

    regards

    Michel Posseth [MCP]

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    > We have business layer written in privious version of vs.net (1.1)
    > New GIU will be written in asp.net 2.0 . Do i need to write a web service
    > to
    > comunicate with legacy app ?
    > Can somebody refer me to an artice on the web , please.
     
    Michel Posseth [MCP], Jun 25, 2006
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