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    Rahul Guest

    Default .Net and xml

    Hi all,<BR><BR>I am desigining a Web Content manager with VB as the frontend.<BR>Since the project involves http communication over the internet, I have a gut feeling that <BR>.NET and xml would be ideal for communicating and maintaining user data.<BR> <BR>It is essentially composed of three main pieces.<BR>The first one consists of managing Groups - involving security aspects.<BR>The second piece is of managing the web content through a treeview - much like Windows Explorer.<BR>The third piece would be listing special attributes associated with each file and editing of the files.<BR><BR>I have successfully used SQL Server to store and manage single user aspect of<BR>adding, deleting, renaming and moving of folders and files.<BR><BR>.NET is so vast that i am feeling a bit lost.<BR>I would appreciate pointers which would let me know what features of .NET would be useful for my project.<BR><BR>Thanks in advance,<BR>Rahul

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    Default RE: .Net and xml

    .NET is still in beta and not really suitable to a production environment. I would not recommend trying to a build a solution on it yet, as you will find missing or buggy functionality in many places.

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    Shedao Shai Guest

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    Im not sure of the answer myself as I am still digging through the massive amounts of documentation for NGWS.<BR><BR>Keep in mind .net is still beta and WILL change.<BR><BR>But for more info on .net you should join the mailing list at:<BR>http://www.asplists.com/asplists/aspngbeta.asp<BR><BR>Try posting the question there and Im sure you&#039ll get a response.<BR>There are a lot of smart people on that list including the microsoft developers that actually created .net<BR><BR><BR>Good luck :-)

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    anyother newslist Guest

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    Know any other news list?

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    The newsgoups are at the bottom of the page.<BR><BR>http://msdn.microsoft.com/net/<BR>

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