Integrating simple ASP Web Pages in SharePoint Designer 2007 RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hi everybody,

    I have already created a site based on simple ASP in which all the required content is available. I want to use the same web pages in my SharePoint Site. How can I do the integration or import the ASP pages in my SharePoint site? Please help me and provide the possible approaches.

    Does SharePoint support ASP Scripting or how can we call the ASP functions in SharePoint 2007?

    Thank you

    Monday, May 7, 2012 1:24 PM

All replies

  • ASP? Which ASP? There's classic ASP (filename.ASP) and ASP.Net (filename.ASPX)

    What level of integration? If you just want the pages to be part of the SharePoint URL space, upload the files (either .ASP or .ASPX) to the LAYOUTS folder of the 14 hive. If you want the pages to have the SharePoint look and feel, then you will need to move your code into a SharePoint content page linked to a SharePoint master page. The most flexible way to bring your custom application into SharePoint is to roll your coded into ASP.NET web parts.

    Tell us more about what you want to do.

    Mike Smith TechTrainingNotes.blogspot.com

    Monday, May 7, 2012 8:47 PM
  • Thank you Mike for your response.

    Yes, it is classic ASP (filename.asp). How can I use the same pages with content in my SharePoint site?

    I have a site already running on intranet (ie. http://rm.home.asp). The complete site is developed in classic ASP. I have another site developed in SharePoint Designer 2007. I want to use the same functions / layouts / content in my sharepoint site. Instead of doing any redevelopment in SharePoint, I want to use the same ASP pages. Because the other site is developed with all the requirements and everything is available on the other site. How can I do that in SharePoint 2007? Hope you got my point. Please help me. Thanks

    Tuesday, May 8, 2012 7:45 AM