Can I Execute An ASP.NET 1.1 Application's ASPX Page By Using Server.Execute From An ASP.NET 2.0 Application's ASPX Page

Hi All,

Can someone help on this?

I have 2 ASP.NET applications, 1 built in 1.1 and the other on 2.0

In 1 of the aspx pages in my ASP.NET 2.0 application, I do Server.Execute and call another aspx page which is part of the ASP.NET 1.1 application. On doing this, I get this error: Invalid path for child request. A virtual path is expected.

Is there any solution for this except for using Response.Redirect (WHICH I CANT USE). If not then can someone suggest a wayout for this:

Whenever a new user signs up in my ASP.NET 2.0 application, I need to create a new user in my ASP.NET 1.1 application as well. Directly creating the new user in the ASP.NET 1.1 database is not possible and so I have 1 ASPX file in my ASP.NET 1.1 application which accepts data in form of querystring and does Response.Write <status>1</status> if it can successfully create a new user, else it does <status>0</status>. I need to read this status. Only if it is 1, I proceed further in my ASP.NET 2.0 application and add the new user in my ASP.NET 2.0 database as well. Please see below code to understand (this is a helper function in my ASP.NET 2.0 ASPX Page):

Private Function CreateUserInCommunityServer() As Boolean

Dim strUrl As String

Dim swTemp1 As New System.IO.StringWriter

Dim strTemp1 As String

strUrl = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings("CookingSpotCommunityServerFolderPath") & "/CreateUser.aspx"

strUrl = strUrl & "?username=" & EncryptorDecryptorClass.EncryptText(txtUserName.Text)

strUrl = strUrl & "&email=" & EncryptorDecryptorClass.EncryptText(txtEmail.Text)

strUrl = strUrl & "&password=" & EncryptorDecryptorClass.EncryptText(txtPassword.Text)

Server.Execute(strUrl, swTemp1)

strTemp1 = swTemp1.ToString

If strTemp1.IndexOf("<status>1</status>") >= 0 Then

Return True

End If

Return False

End Function



Raj Chaudhari
11/3/2005 11:43:07 AM 91979 articles. 4 followers. Follow

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well, i think that you can allways use the webclient et al (httpwebrequest, httpwebresponse, etc...) to do that kind of thing (don't forget to pay attention to thecredentials that are sent)
Luis Abreu
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11/3/2005 1:20:47 PM