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Re: ASP to PHP
If you are creating a site that does the normal CRUD (add, edit, delete,
list, filtered list) you might care to investigate something like Qcodo.
I looked into it but haven't had a chance to dig into the code it
builds. Bottom line, you build solid db schema and it sucks it out and
builds everything from ORM code to web pages, all in object oriented
Don Laur wrote:
> It is possible. I have had to do it a few times for clients. I can't
> remember which one but we started by downloading an ASP to PHP converter.
> It messed up a bunch of the code but it was a better place to work
> with. If you have any complicated MS SQL or Access DB functions you
> will have to rewrite that part.
> But, it all depends on what you are going to do with the application and
> how big it is?
> With a good Text editor you could do search and replace in files and get
> what the converters give you.
> Good Luck. Hey, finally a comment on here that I can contribute in.
> Don Laur
> On May 9, 2006, at 3:02 PM, Tim Hart wrote:
>> It really depends on what specifically is going on in the code. If
>> you are simply querying a database and displaying information, its
>> fairly straight forward.
>> What are you trying to achieve by converting the code over to PHP,
>> other than to avoid using asp garbage?
>> On 5/9/06, L. V. Lammert <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Has anyone tried to convert a site from ASP to PHP? Seems like a much
>> simpler option than going the .Net route.
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