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  1. #1
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    At my company, we have decided to use ASP with MSSQl. I am trying to find out if there are any potential problems with using the two together. If any one knows of any, I really need to know soon. Thanks.:cheeky:


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    Senior Member mossoi's Avatar
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    There aren't any operational problems that I know of. We have several sites running with this combination.

    One down side is that most documentation on the Net is biased towards ASP/Access or PHP/mySQL so it can be hard to find code snippets. This isn't a problem if you know what you are doing but it's a a consideration if you are going to learn the techniques as you go.

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    Junior Member fulfree's Avatar
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    I think any combination have potential problems because the OS will have potential problems.
    But ASP with MSSQL is the most used mode. Just like PHP with Mysql.

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