can we migrate visual studio .net 2003 project to visual studio.net 2005
I am doing project in ASP.NET(vb language)
I have visual studio .net 2003 installed in my pc and i am doing my project in it , because i need to use additional functionality like "AJAX" , i want to use visual studio .net 2005 or visual studio .net 2008
my project folder name is "sqls"
can i install visual studio .net 2005 or visual studio .net 2008 and migrate this project folder to work in visual studio .net 2005 or visual studio .net 2008
i have uninstall visual studio .net 2003 and install visual studio .net 2005 or visual ...Loading Visual Studio.net 2003 on a pc with Visual Studio.net 2005 installed
I have recently installed Visual Studio.net 2005 on a pc and have been using it to create a .net 2.0 application. I also have pc running Visual Studio 2003 that I use to support a .net 1.1 application. This pc has broke. Would I be ok loading Visual Studio 2003 on the machine I have running Visual Studio 2005 so I can manage both the .net 1.1 and the .net 2.0 applications?
Hmmm. Not sure if it works in that direction, but I installed VS2005 on a machine that has VS2003 already installed and they se...visual studio.net 2003 conflict visual studio.net 2003
does visual studio.net 2003 makes conflict with visual studio.net 2003?
thank you for the help and for the support
No, the RTM version (I think this is true also for Beta 2), will work on the same machine without any problems./Fredrik Normén - fredrikn @ twitterMicrosoft MVP, MCSD, MCAD, MCTASPInsidersMy Blog
i am shure 2003 doenst conflict with 2003 ;-)-Hanneshttp://www.preishuber.net http://weblogs.asp.net/hpreishuber
the subject says "visual studio.net 2003 conflict visual studio.net 2003". is he talking about 2003 and 2005 ?
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- Carl S
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Are there any limitations if I was doing my ASP.NET with VB.NET in Visual Basic .NET 2003 than if I was using the full Visual Studio .NET 2003 ?? Or are the only advantages of Visual Studio .NET 2003 in that it supports more programming languages ??
- Carl S
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