[mapguide-users] Fusion .NET API

Paul Spencer pagameba at gmail.com
Tue Jan 29 08:46:37 EST 2008

Yes and yes :)  basically, the magic is that the directory name and  
extension should be the same.  If .net extensions are .aspx then that  
is what the directory should be named and the technology name set to.



On 28-Jan-08, at 4:22 PM, Jason Birch wrote:

> Paul, is there any magic around the technology name, and the name of  
> the
> directory and file extensions?
> I'm asking because the typical extension for asp.net is aspx.  So...
> would you have to name the directory aspx, and set the technology name
> to aspx?
> Jason
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Spencer
> Subject: Re: [mapguide-users] Fusion .NET API
> there is no documentation on the existing PHP scripts except what is
> inline with the code.  I would expect the process to be something  
> like:
> 1) create MapGuide/asp directory
> 2) create a *.asp file for each *.php file in the php directory
> 3) rewrite each *.asp file in ASP.  The PHP code should be pretty
> readable and the MapGuide API is identical (or should be) so it is
> just a matter of changing the syntax around I hope.  I'm sure there
> are different
> To get Fusion to use the asp version of the files, you will need to
> edit the config.json file and set the 'technology' from php to asp.
> There will likely be small bugs in the framework that need to be fixed
> at this point because we haven't actually used it with a different
> technology yet.
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