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Alerts notify you when information that interests you is added or updated on the portal site and associated content sources. You can define your areas of interest and identify how and when you want to be told about something new or updated that you may want to investigate. You can add an alert to track new matches to a search query, changes to content in an area, or a new site added to the Site Directory.
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by: Kadin C
on: 8th November 08
Posted on 22 June 2007 by Tony
I have a client that’s running Sharepoint 3.0. They’re interested in a project that will require me to program some Active Server Pages to interact with a SQL Server database. I can do everything I need to in ASP and SQL, I just need to know if Sharepoint will know what to do with an ASP page… (I’d prefer to use the older ASP, not .NET…)
Your client will not want a page that is not using ASP.NET. If I were your project manager, I would refuse a ASP 3.0 solution.
You really should investigate how to build the solution with the current technology. If some of your work can be build as Web Parts, then your client will appreciate the flexibility of using your code on their site.
by: T. Ricky
on: 29th June 07