VS. 2003 => VS 2005 Web Site => Web Application Project?
We converted our VS 2003 solution which contained 2 web application and 5 Class Lib projects to the standard Web site 2005 model.
Now. Is there a way to convert from this to the new Web Application model automatically?
Thanks in regards
Via Scott Guthrie: If
you want to migrate an existing VS 2005 Web Site Project to be a VS
2005 Web Application Project, please also review these other VB and C# migration tutorials that walkthrough the Web Site to Web Application conversion process step-by-step. This article here also describes some of the diff...VS 2005 SP1 + .NET AJAX => automatically adds web.config in nested Web Application Project when opening project or solution
I get a 'Configuration Error' on an aspx page because VS added automatically a web.config to my nested Web Application Project where no web.config file should be.
This effect I have noticed since I have installed SP1 and .NET AJAX Extensions.
Why is VS 2005 adding the web.config file and how can I disable this behavior?
Following is the content of the automatically added web.config file (comments omitted):
<?xml version="1.0"?><configuration> <appSettings/> <connectionStrings/> <system.web> &...Migrating from VS 2005 Web Site Projects to VS 2005 Web Application Projects witn vb and c# code
I've tring to migrate Web Site to Web Aplication in VS 2005. In my Web Site I have pages written using VB and C#. During converting to WA i choose VB and only pages with VB code i can migrate. If I choose C# as language for WA only pages with C# I can migrate. Is a way to migrate Web Site with mix of VB and C# code?
As far as I know, The ASP.NET Web application doesn't support that C# application project contains VB page or VB application project contains C# page. But it can compile the different language class file in project.
In your case, you can tr...Web Application Projects vs. Web Site Project- Where is Copy Project?
I have opted to use the Web App Project in 2005 (The 2003 Model)http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/asp.net/aa336618.aspxWhy is the copy project missing when this model is used? It was there in 2003?Thank you,Patrick http://www.SURFThru.com SURFThru.com
I wanted to bump this topic again to see if any Microsoft techs had any input on this item.SURFThru.com...Which is best web application projects or Web site projects in VS 2008
Using VS.NET 2008
We are developing a web based product (inventory, accounts,etc). This product has DA, BO layers. We are currently using web site project model. We are using webdelopyemnt project for deploying at client place.I want to know that, which model Web site model or web applicaton model is a best model for applications?I read most of the blogs and also articles for knowing difference between these two models. But I am not coming under conclusion.Let me know your views and alos best answers
As you probably know, the difference between...Problem when deploying Web Application project over VS2005 Web Site project
Hi, we ran into this issue yesterday evening when we were trying to deploy new code on production box. It was running previous version of our app that was VS 2005 Web Site project, but the new version was migrated into Web App project. New build was tested on sandbox and even on the same production machine (but under different, non public web site configured there) and was working fine. However, when we deployed on production web site, we got this error:Compiler Error Message: CS0246: The type or namespace name 'ProfileCommon' could not be found (are you missing a using directi...Web Application Project/Web Site Project
I have some couple of questions...
1) How do I know a particular application already built in asp.net is "Web Application Project" or "Web Site Project" ?2) Also I have a application built in ASP.NET and If I open the source code in VS2005, Its giving a message saying this application is built in old version and it should be converted into new version before even using. So should I migrate the application to "Web Application Project" or "Web Site Project" ? . kindly advise..(Note: This application is NOT very big or complex.)
Thanks in Advance..Renil.
1)A web application pro...Web Site Project and Web Application Project
I hope someone can help me out with this question.I have been using Web Application Projects and like what it can offer because I am so used to how VS 2003 was structured. I am trying to teach someone the difference between Web Site Projects and Web Application Projects, but haven't been able to figure out how to create a new solution that is specific to the Web Site Project structure anymore. I thought when I installed Web Application Projects, I would have the option to switch back and forth between Web Site Projects and Web Application Projects. Is there something I am overlooking when I ...Web Site Project or Web Application Project?
I have a situation here. My team's project has window and web clients, and we used Team System to control Source Code.
We have a contract company that develop the generated codes for some of the web pages that being used in the web client. They built it using Web Site Project. We still need to develop some other web pages that has different functionalities than the code generator and one of our team member created a project which is a Web Application Project. Now, the code generator doesn't work because it won't compile in our Web Application Pro...Web Application Project -> Web Site
I have a need to migrate from 2003 to 2005 and the single page assemblies. I have imported my 2003 project into 2005 and have it up and running as a web application project. At least that is what I am assuming since when I look at the properties for the project, I get a completely different properties dialog and I don't see any options for single page assemblies like I do on a standard "Web Site" project in 2005.
Anyway, I have everything working in 2005 and now I'm wondering what the best approach will be to get my existing site migrated to a Web Site project.
I ha...UpdatePanel & Form View in Web Site Project vs. Web Application Project
I am seeing two different behavour patters when using the UpdatePanel in a Web Application Project (File > Add New Project > ASP.NET AJAX-Enabled Web Application) vs a Web Site Project (File > New Website > ASP.NET AJAX-Enabled Web Site)
The exact same code will complie in one project type but not in another.
The code is:
<asp:FormView ID="FormView1" runat="server">
<asp:UpdatePanel ID="UpdatePanel1" runat="server">
...Website Project vs. Web Application Project in Visual Studio.net 2005
Website Project vs. Web Application Project in Visual
What are the main benefits of using a Web App project over a
Website project or vice-versa?
Web App Project:
You have to jump through hoops to use edit and continue with a Web App where in
a website it just works. I’ve figured this out with the help of ScottGu.
Web App Project:
what are the *.aspx.designer.cs files for?
how do you set up the project to use a ...Converting a Web Application Project to a Web Site Project
I converted a VS 2003 web application to VS 2005 using the Web Application Project model. Is it possible to convert this to a Web Site Project once it is upgraded to VS 2005?
We don't have any automated tools to convert from VS2005 WAP to Websites. If you really prefer to use the website model, I would recommend converting directly from VS2003 to Websites. To do that you can open the VS2003 app using the "Open Website" command.Omar KhanVisual Web Developer Team
I thought you were going to say that. I have spent quite a bit of time getting rid of most of the warnin...migrating web site project to web application project
i faced a different problem like i have all the namespace in my references folder but still the problem existed for scriptmanager,updatepanel,updateprogress in default.aspx.designer.cs page
it shows the error message can't found particular assembly
this is the declaration in default.aspx.designer.cs page
protected System.Web.UI.ScriptManager ScriptManager1;
Error 8 The type or namespace name 'ScriptManager' does not exist in the namespace 'System.Web.UI' (are you missing an assembly reference?) C:\Web\web\web\Logged\default.aspx.des...