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Dear All,

I am a newbie in the .NET environment. I need some advice in regards on what options do I have if I want to developt the following system:

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Users will have to update their working timesheet on a day-to-day basis. The login will be captured and validated based on the Active Directory and the module has to be created as a part of a webpart (sharepoint portal server)

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I am confused on whether should I use Visual Studio .NET or Frontpage 2003 for my development. I have noticed that many examples on the Active Directory authentication is done using C#. Is there any example using VB.NET ?

And where should I start? I have my sharepoint service configured at http://localhost

I have experience in ASP.

Thanx in advance.

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If your building a timesheet app- I'd really go to http://www.asp.net and click on the "Starter Kits" tab. Grab the one MSFT provides there and see if it meets your needs- or you can modify it to meet your needs.


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