I play around with building a custom .NET Application. The dev guide currently recommends us to start with an ASP.NET Web Application.
But: My development guide is pretty old, so I wonder if ASP.NET Web Applications are still recommended to use when using Innovator 14 or higher? In the latest release of Innovator switched from .NET Framework to .NET Core, so I wonder if this change has some impact to custom applications.
On my current test server I have Innovator 12 and Release 2023 installed in parallel. I tested a custom ASP.NET Web Application and a ASP.NET Core-Web-app.
When I integrated the ASP.NET Web Application into my Innovator, I had to connect it to pool "Aras Innovator AppPool ASP.NET 4.0" in IIS.
In contrary the ASP.NET Core-Web-Application required pool "Aras Innovator AppPool ASP.NET Core" to work.
Both variants worked in Innovator 12 and Release 2023.
But do I still have the AppPool ASP.NET 4.0 when I have a plain installation of any I14+ release without the parallel installed Innovator 12?
What project type would you recommend to use? ASP.NET Web Application or ASP.NET Core-Web-app? The ASP.NET Web Applications seems to be easier to use then the ASP.NET Core-Web-app. But I want to avoid trouble in the future, just because I build something that future releases of Innovator maybe don´t support anymore.
Any hint welcomed!!!
Thanks and best regards!