No anger, just a bit of frustration.
I do understand that you are being called upon to do tasks that you have never learned to do, but Phillip *did* ask you why you weren't doing this in ASP.NET code and you ignored him.
If you don't know how to use ASP.NET, then maybe you will just have to go to your boss and say you need time to learn ASP.NET if he/she expects you to perform your job.
I really do have a lot of sympathy for you, stuck in a position where you have to make something work when you have no idea how. But at the same time, you need to take the advice of more experienced people and learn the right way to do the task.
You never have shown us any of the ASP.NET code you are using to create all this, so we can't tell you what to change in that code. And *THERE* is my personal source of frustration: What you want to do *SHOULD* be easy in ASP.NET, but a lot of it depends on how you write the ASP.NET code.
If you are willing to show the ASP.NET code, then you are more likely to get the right kind of help you need.
An optimist sees the glass as half full.
A pessimist sees the glass as half empty.
A realist drinks it no matter how much there is.