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I am so new to this ASP.NET that I am not sure which way I need to setup the project I am trying to develop. The project has 2 SQL 2008 tables (Employer Information and summary data from a survey). I will need a login control function that will be used to select the correct summary record for a given employer using EF(?). I will take the selected summary record, perform some formatting to existing data and create new variables (calculations), display formatted survey results and calculations. Would this be an application or site?
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Hi there,

You can accomplish this with both type of projects. The differences between them appear in other situations such as managebility and team development. For a comparison between the two, take a look here: http://www.compiledthoughts.com/2008...n-project.html


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