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Looking for an assessment of the reliability of the ASP.NET Starter Kits. We're considering using one of them as the foundation for a pretty significant client application and I don't want to get caught with my pants down due to some unforeseen bug or complication (an "oh, by the way..."). They look good upon initial examination, but we would like disinterested, third-party input, if possible. Thanks for your help. Darin...

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    Looking for an assessment of the reliability of the ASP.NET Starter
    Kits. We're considering using one of them as the foundation for a
    pretty significant client application and I don't want to get caught
    with my pants down due to some unforeseen bug or complication (an "oh,
    by the way...").

    They look good upon initial examination, but we would like
    disinterested, third-party input, if possible.

    Thanks for your help. Darin
    Darino-sama Guest

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    Which one are you intersted in?

    IBS Portal is incredibly stable, as well as many of its variants, I've only
    played with the storefront, although its stable as well (limited in
    functionality though... the variants are good).

    Let me know which one and I can give you more detailed specs on what to look
    at.

    -CJ
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    Right now we're just looking at the Portal and Reports. Looks pretty
    great - being able to add "modules" this way is outstanding.

    Thanks for your reply. DRM

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    darin,

    if yo ulike C# Coding, look at Rainbow Portal, pretty flexable, multiple
    themes, many options.. you can find it at

    http://www.rainbowportal.net

    Doentation s, but a little more powerful on the install side of
    modules.

    If your more VB and looking for some commerce features plus a lot more
    support, check out DNN (DotNetNuke). 1.10.10 was just released the other
    day and its doing pretty well.

    http://dotnetnuke.com


    There is also, SchwingPortal which is an IBS clone, but more options and you
    can skin entire sites with it.

    http://www.schwingportal.net

    All three have good Content Managment systems in them, etc. I've used all
    of them too...

    If your running windows 2003 look out though... =)

    and if you get it working in 2003 (anything) let me know as well. =)

    Thanks,
    CJ


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