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Old October 28th, 2003, 07:50 PM
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Hi,
I'm starting to learn ASP, and
I want to know if I can use XP version to run ASP3.0..I'm using " Beginning Active server pages 3.0 book", and I want to use the examples in the book, the book says i have to have windows 2000, and i have XP version, so i don't know if i will be able to run these examples in my computer or not.
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This isn't the correct forum for this, but yes you can run classic ASP pages on a Windows XP operating system.

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I wouldn't bother learning ASP just go for ASP.NET you will be sorry if you don't cus it much harder to transfer than start afresh. And you will want to.

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It has to be Windows XP Pro edition because the Home edition does NOT come with IIS.

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Thank you all for your help :)...
katsarosj which forum do you think i should have posted my topic?

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Any of the forums that are titled "ASP" refer to classic ASP, but I guess the "ASP Web How-To" forum would have been the best fit. ASPX and ASP.net refer to the .Net Framework.

I would, however, agree with Daniel in that you are probably better off just moving to .Net unless there is some reason you need to stay with classic ASP...

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