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Hi all,

I have an web site that is running on .net 2003 and I want to carry it .net 2010 part by part. How can I do that? I mean how can I provide a connection between two servers in intermediate steps of this migration?

Thanks in advance.
Posted 13-Jul-12 3:20am
Wes Aday 13-Jul-12 9:21am
"how can I provide a connection between two servers "... I have found that a CatV cable usually suffices.
kurtiniadiss 13-Jul-12 9:28am
I mean from connection that how can I pass information from one server to another,session information, etc.
Wes Aday 13-Jul-12 9:36am
First of all your question does not make any sense and you did not provide enough information for anyone to tell what it is that you are trying to do. And you are talking about two completely different things in the same sentence. I think that you are making whatever it is that you are doing more complicated than it needs to be. If the servers are on the same network all you need is a CatV cable to copy/paste files. If they are not on the same network then use FTP.
kurtiniadiss 13-Jul-12 9:46am
Let me explain. I have an already running system and while it is running I want to update its version. I will carry the code part by part. So in intermediate steps some of the pages will be running on 2003 server and some of pages will be running on 2010. I am searching the solution of the problem that how communicate these two servers without producing any uncomfortable thing for the users. Thanks for your response:)
aspnet_regiis 13-Jul-12 11:12am
Copy paste the website from one server to another at once. Test it locally if it works fine. Then assign the domain address to your new server once you are confident it is working fine. If required, shutdown your website for an hours between this transition
kurtiniadiss 14-Jul-12 12:11pm
I do not have chance to shutdown my web site since there exist development on it. I have to design such a system in which any user should not understand the change of servers while changing pages. Since I have to plan to hold some pages in 2003 server and some of pages in 2010 server.
aspnet_regiis 14-Jul-12 13:49pm
In that case you need to implement web farm with load balancing and saving the session in a state server.
kurtiniadiss 14-Jul-12 18:36pm
Yes it will be the most suitable solution. Do you have any useful links, examples of that topic?

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Solution 3

Hi . this is rene from mexico
Well... lets begin
You need to know the features of your old server like . framework. service pack version. sql version ok?
Then. you need install that apps in your new server.
well so far all fine? Right.
The next step is critical..because you need configure de version in wich your web site will run..
In my case . when i did the configuration of the server i change the framework i put this in 2.01 .
Then i start the iis and all the pages run fine
Right now. even when i have the VS 2010. AND FW still develop in 3.5
Regards from mexico
kurtiniadiss 15-Jul-12 3:47am
Hi Rene,
Thanks for your response:) The old web app was developed in 1.1 VS 2003 and the new one will be 4.0 and VS 2010. I also have a database server with oracle db. I do not have any experience on these topics, do you have any suggestion links, tutorials, examples on that topic?
Best regards

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