Richard, <BR>Thanks for responding, VB6 now supports the ability to create IIS applications (i.e. HTML is part of the VB code versus using <BR>VB script inside of HTML pages) The HTML becomes part of the <BR>compiled code.<BR>Thanks Joe
I would definitely suggest sticking with VB Script Code as opposed to VB6. While VB6 is nice for Designing GUI driven applications, you will more than likely run in to connection problems and scalability issues down the road.<BR><BR>But that's my opinion, I guess you should use whatever you feel most comfortable with.
I am also looking at the differences between the two. Having used ASP and only a little of Webclasses I am inclined towards ASP. In my small experience of Webclasses it looks like it forces you to keep all your html files in 1 directory which looks untidy and is hard to organise. If you have 200 web pages then you are going to get very confused. It seems to me also that webclasses are very none standard in the way they operate, and i like the way you can simply open an asp script in a text editor without having to mess about with an ide. Any extra info comparing the 2 would be much appreciated by myself. (email@example.com).<BR><BR>Thanks<BR>St eve<BR>