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VS 2005: Web Application Projects for ASP.NET is available

First preview of the Web Application Projects for ASP.NET is available.


Scott comments:


"Our goal with putting this first release out is to get early feedback from the community, as well as to provide a core feature-set that enables some developers to start using this project model option immediately (with workarounds for the missing functionality which will come online in later refreshes)."


Now I wonder whether I can migrate (several already migrated ASP.NET 2.0 apps - like this site) from the core VS 2005 ASP.NET model to the new one easily or does it require too much dirty work ?


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Saturday, December 17, 2005 4:41 AM

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# re: VS 2005: New Project Option for ASP.NET is available
Migrating from the web-site model to the web application model will be fairly easy (since the code-behind code is the same, and everything in the web app project model gets compiled into a single assembly).

With the current preview, you'd need to manually generate the .designer.cs files for your code-behind pages. But in the next refresh, this will be done automatically for you by the IDE. This should make moving from web-site's to web application very simple.

Hope this helps,

Scott

12/17/2005 8:41 AM by scottgu

# re: VS 2005: New Project Option for ASP.NET is available
ok, thanks. I'll give it a try

12/17/2005 11:21 PM by Anatoly Lubarsky

# VS 2005 Web Application Project and deployment issues

1/7/2006 9:12 PM by Anatoly Lubarsky: Weblog

# Running on ASP.NET 2.0 (2)

1/14/2006 7:49 AM by Anatoly Lubarsky: Weblog

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