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hi guys i dont know if the title of this thread is correct but i sure need ur help with something.
i am looking for some sort of a technology that enables me to install a website on the client's machine and make it work locally "without installing IIS". Now u might be wondering y the hell should i do that since the site is on the server and there is always internet...(i have no clue)
so anyways..could this be done.Should i create a web component that does that?if yes help any article or related research of that kind is appreciated.
If it doesnt work than i would like to know if there is any other way to do that.Anything would be great. Thanks again

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quote:make it work locally "without installing IIS".
Can an application built on ASP.NET work without a webserver!!! Are you trying to say this, or have I misunderstood you?

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yes thats what i want..it doesnt make sence..they told me to search for soemthing related to a web component,somehting i should developp in order to make that work..just feed me up with anything..i am still in the searching level now. 10x again

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i think it can be done.Since the ASP.NET framework depends strongly on the .NET Platform rather than IIS .What i need to do is to write my own http handler the should run the application.Now how can i do that?

 


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