We want to convert a small ASP application to ASP.Net (VB). I have attached a folder that contains ASP file..
We would like to convert these control to ASP.net (VB). Based on your experience you can suggest to either create a function, class or something else. The objective is to be able to generate the questions with minimal coding. And the class file sould be configurable and reusable.
Currently we have [url removed, login to view] submitting to tform1x.asp. In [url removed, login to view] we capture the selected answer choices by using request object and display in tform1x.asp. IMPORTANT - I would like to maintain the same flow using ASP.net (vb).
1) Use Asp.Net (VB)
2) Use html controls (radio and check). Do not use .net web server controls.
3) We would like to maintain the same html structure in ASP.net like tform1.asp. In asp.net page we would like to include /css and .js file
4) I maybe requesting somthing wrong, so feel free to provide your suggestions/input
5) Use single page only. Do not seperate by using class file webpages.
6) Submit [url removed, login to view] to [url removed, login to view] and display he selected choices by using request object in [url removed, login to view]
8) If ajax is a good option to capture answer choices and store then, then please do offer your solution using Ajax. We may do that also.
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