I'm looking at providing AJAX and maybe WCF (but probably not silverlight) in SharePoint. It appears that I should use the 3.5.Config feature and not the AJAX.Config feature, but let me know if you disagree...
My main question is on supportability. Is this a generally supported configuration for SharePoint?
I've seen the Jan Tielens' blog on enabling .NET 3.5 in SharePoint 2007 site, the lazy way:
http://weblogs.asp.net/jan/archive/2008/10/10/enabling-net-3-5-in-sharepoint-2007-sites-the-lazy-way.aspx. Using this approach seems like you are really flipping a switch for the web application (web site) whereas the 3.5.Config feature just makes
a bunch of changes to the web.config and does it in a deployable fashion. Maybe there is really no difference between the two in what changes are made?
What are some arguments that can be made if a client does not want to allow these changes to be made in their SharePoint environment?