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I have XP pro with VS2005 v 8.0.50727 with .net2.0sp2 , .net3.0sp2 and .net3.5sp1

How can I find out what version of ASP.NET I am using 1.0 , 2.0 , 3.0 , 3.5

 

In the VStoolbox and intellisense there are only 3 image related controls.

ButtonImage , Image and ImageMap

I have been reading  about DynamicImage and ImageGenerator

How can I get these controls/classes working?

What is the best way to approach dynamic images in asp.net?

PeterRod

 From what I remember DynamicImage and ImageGenerator were cut out of ASP.NET 2.0 so they were only available for v1.x

Saying that there is something about a ASP.NET Generated Image component on CodePlex,
not sure what it does mind you.

whighfield

 From what I remember DynamicImage and ImageGenerator were cut out of ASP.NET 2.0 so they were only available for v1.x

Saying that there is something about a ASP.NET Generated Image component on CodePlex,
not sure what it does mind you.

 

William, thanks for the assistance. I checked out the link.

I am still troubled by how do I find out for certain what version number of ASP.NET I am using?

In vs2005 its easy to know but I dont know how to do it in ASP.NET?

Also, whats a good place to start as far as building dynamic images in asp.net?

Thanks

 

For the verson number

http://digitalcolony.com/2007/06/detect-aspnet-version-running-on-server.aspx 

As for building dynamic images in asp.net I am not sure what you mean or want, you can always try searching Google.

Thanks on version number.

 

Image Questio:

As you can tell I am very new to asp.net  I have done some programming in Windows Forms VB language and MASM32. Actually I have written 3-4 quite large apps.

I recently built a website using html and php scripts. That site is up. 

Then I figured why not try building a site in asp.net as I already have vs2005.

One of the features I would like on the asp site is to be able to display  6 .jpg images each one for about 20 secs without any client interaction and to have the display continue repeating the images. Do I use AdRotator or some code in the pageLoad event
handler or what about UpdatePanel in the Ajax Extensions?

I just wanted to get some advice on the best approach.

Thanks

  

 

There are probably Flash or Silverlight based slide shows for images as well there are a few JavaScript based slide shows out there.  I would not bother building something like that myself.

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