class/wsc/com scalability methodologies for asp+

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    Mark Guest

    Default class/wsc/com scalability methodologies for asp+

    Hello,<BR><BR>I would really like to hear what other asp programmers views are on developing asp applications that will easily scale to be asp+ compatible.<BR><BR>I am inclined to start using windows script components, but how does the new architecture of asp+ affect the scalability of this technology? Wsc&#039s are my preference as they don&#039t require a restart of iis every time the component is edited (unlike standard COM components). Does anyone know if wsc&#039s will be compiled by the NGWS runtime on the fly? Also, will Wsc&#039s allow support for the visual basic language?<BR><BR>Or should I forget wsc&#039s and opt for a class based solution using include files?<BR>Like:<BR><BR>.. Or is the new architecture of asp+ so different that we will need to totally restructure and recode our existing asp applications to take advantage of all the new asp+ features (compiling, validation, ado+)<BR><BR>Cheers<BR>Mark<BR><BR><BR>

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    sean1978 Guest

    Default RE: class/wsc/com scalability methodologies for as

    If I am not mistaken, I have read that COM objects will no longer require a restart or even a regsrvr32...perhaps you should hop back to those.

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