web app vs web site vs web project
Could someone describe the differences between web sites, web apps and web projects? (or send me a link that contains this comparison?). Is one of these terms synonomous with another?
What are the advantages/disadvantages of each? How does one choose when starting new development? Can one type be converted into another?
Here is my definition:
Website: perspective of users. Collection of web pages.Webapp and project: perspective of developer (and webmasters). Collection of web pages and resouces (database, code, etc.). Maybe software installers...how to package VS Web Site App to be published as a Project web site on a production web server in a sub folder of the main website
Hi, I created a VS2k5 Website and used the web site using the small business starter kit as a model. I published the website to a folder and runs fine. I decided to copy the website to a folder within another website so when you click on a link it will open up the website start page. That does not work. My problem is that I need to publish the website as a project that includes all the tools I used so it can be uploaded to a subfolder into the website and the main webdb page will open. Is their a way for me to deploy the website a a project? I am open ...Web Site vs. Web App
I've been reading a lot of the posts with everyone on the web site projects vs. web application projects. What concerns me is why did MS put this web site option in? What really concerns me is if the development community doesn't like it, why should I consider using that option if no one will use it and MS might eventually drop it as an option? It has to be there for a reason and what I'm interested in is what that reason is...if anyone can add into that.
Some people love the web site option and others prefer the web application option. It really comes do...Web App or Web site
A really basic question. Assumation using VS 2008 pro. What benefit do I get from making a web application in place of a web site? I know the web application gives me the design.vb file. Also gives me a project file and solution file. But with a web site I can still do the code behind and actually have an easier time getting some of my user controls to funtion. So what would I gain, besides a new learning curve, by deploying a web application?
the webapplication projects (WAP) has been added to Vs 2005 to simplify the migration from vs 2003 ...web web web
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...How to use a web user control from one web app in another web app?
I have a production web app project (at work) that has custom web user controls in it.I have another web app project for experimenting and I want to use some web controls from the production web app. The big trick is that I need to load the controls dynamically.LoadControl() doesn't seem to work - it complains about loading controls from a different application. I also tried adding a project reference to the production web app and using "UC1 newUC = new UC1();" and then "this.Controls.Add(newUC);", but the controls (like TextBoxes) on the web user control don't seem to exist on the new UC1s....Regular web app or Mobile web app.
Im targeting PocketPCs only (w/PocketIE). I changed the web.config to cookieless="true" and placed buttons with events. Im getting the postbacks and everything looks good so far...
Can we just use this intead of the mobile web app project? Whats the difference?
You can use either a regular Web app or a mobile app, presuming you are targeting ONLY Pocket IE. Pocket IE accepts HTML.Starting with ASP.NET 2.0? Look at:Programming Microsoft Web Forms My Blog...How do I merge web services' app.config with web app's web.config? Help!!
I have a web application project that uses a separate class library containing web service references (service layer). I want to be able to configure the web reference URLs dynamically and I know you can set this up by setting the URL behavior to 'Dynamic', etc, etc. The problem is VS2005 puts the URLs in the project's app.config file. When the class library becomes a DLL component, I have no way of accessing the app.config file.Is there a way to make the web reference project to look for the URLs in the web.config instead of its app.config? Or is there a way to merge this app.config w...Migration from Web Site to Web App
Your page http://webproject.scottgu.com/CSharp/Migration2/Migration2.aspx was great, and almost worked for me. Two things...
First, if you are using typed datasets in your web site project, the conversion process automatically wraps the generated code in a namespace, so you really don't have much of a choice about finishing the process manually, as you described. Again, your instructions were complete and excellent.
Second, I have two aspx pages for which the converter did not create the needed .designer.cs files. Can't work out what is special about them. One derives fr...Using Multiple Web.Config for mutliple web apps sharing a web site as virtual directories
I have a web site on IIS 6.0 Windows 2003 Server. I have created several virtual directories to point to other .net projects that I wish to use in the website. The main site, which was made in C#, has a line in the web.config that allows the use of VB by defining a speical code directory. Now, when I attempt to use the other applications they throw this error. It looks like they are all sharing the main web.configParser Error Message: The code subdirectory '/Forum/App_Code/VBCode/'
does not exist.Source Error:
Line 62: <!-- for SIP asp.net forum -->Line 63: <codeSubDirect...Creating Web Service
I am creating a new web service, and was wondering what you all thought the advantages and disadvantages of creating it using a Web Site vs using a Web Application Project...thoughts? Is one better than the other in terms of deployment? Is one better for development and debugging?
Hi d_helland, To understand which one is prefer to your situation, please read the following two articles.
What's New in Web Projectshttp://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/f7fb46ye(VS.80).aspx
Introduction to Web Application Projectshttp://msdn2.microsoft.com/en...Problems with web controls after upgrading web app from VS 2003 to VS 2005
Hey All, I am currently in the process of upgrading our web application to .Net 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005. I have done all the converting that was required for the web application but we have issues with controls that we have created not being displayed. Below is a diagram of the inheritence of one of our web controls.
Form ---- contains ---- TableRowControl.cs(inherits TableRow) ---- contains ----- ValidDecimalTextBox.cs ------ inherits ----- ValidBaseTextbox.cs(inherits CustomValidator)
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I am currently in the process of upgrading our web application to .Net 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005. I have done all the converting that was required for the web application but we have issues with controls that we have created not being displayed. Below is a diagram of the inheritence of one of our web controls.
Form ---- contains ---- TableRowControl.cs(inherits TableRow) ---- contains ----- ValidDecimalTextBox.cs ---- inherits ----- ValidBaseTextbox.cs(inherits CustomValidator)
...convert java web app 2 .NET web app
i am able to convert java console app to .NET console app.but i am unable to convert java web based application to .NET web based application.
can u give me some idea as to how to convert that.
Thanks in advance,nizam.
I believe the technical phrase is.. rtfm? lol. you're going to have to do it the hard way. JSP operates on a different theory of web development than asp.net/asp.net 2.0Kay LeeMySpace.com - http://www.myspace.com/kragieInfrastructure GroupMySpace.com- Code to live, but Live to code.
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