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Default Phasing in asp.net

I'm currently trying swith over all future development to asp.net using visual web developer. I have an established asp site which must remain in it's classic asp format. I built it over 3 years and have no time or desire to recode the entire site. I need the asp.net and asp code to coexist on the same site. I know there are many of you out there who have already undertaken this endeavor. I have to tell you I'm very lost in regards to the practical factors involved in merging the two technologies. wrox is once again providing great direction through their books as to using asp.net but they have not addressed integration issues as far as I can see. I love the new Visual Web Developer and plan to make heavy use of it. My question is complex but can you provide any guidance regarding my said problems? Any leads or advise, books or sites?






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