Can classic asp and ASP.NET MVC run side-by-side on the same site?


Can classic asp and ASP.NET MVC run side-by-side on the same site?



Just a quick question. I suppose I could just try it but I like StackOverflow because of the quick responses and the comments from people more experienced than I am.

Can classic asp and ASP.NET MVC run side-by-side on the same site? For example; the site might run a CMS written in ASP.NET MVC but need to seamlessly integrate with a cart based in classic asp. Is this possible? Is it a really bad idea?

Of course the preferable situation is to have an both the cart and cms use ASP.NET MVC... but let's say that there is no time to develop the cart and there is already an available classic asp cart.


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