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Trying to perform build...website will only display debug

I am in VS2005 Configuration Manager and have selected from the Active
Solution Configuration "release". The deployment project and a supporting c#
dll project both switch to release, however the website remains at debug.
When I attempt to change the dropdown for the website debug is the only
option. How can I ensure that when I build that the entire solution including
the website is in release mode?

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When you use the Publish option, that automatically switches to Release. Or,
you can try the new Web Application Projects add-in.
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"andy6 via DotNetMonster.com" wrote:
I am in VS2005 Configuration Manager and have selected from the Active
Solution Configuration "release". The deployment project and a supporting c#
dll project both switch to release, however the website remains at debug.
When I attempt to change the dropdown for the website debug is the only
option. How can I ensure that when I build that the entire solution including
the website is in release mode?

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Jun 2 '06 #2
Peter,

I added the Deploy project and noticed in the build output box that is said
Release. I hate that MS came out with Web App proj so late. I feel like I am
to deep into development to do this switch. Version 3 of this product is
around the corner. There are some features in Web App projects from VS2003
that I missing with VS2005 website project so I'll switch then. Unless you
know of a non-invasive way to switch to the project mid development.

Thanks,

Andy

Peter Bromberg [C# MVP] wrote:
When you use the Publish option, that automatically switches to Release. Or,
you can try the new Web Application Projects add-in.
I am in VS2005 Configuration Manager and have selected from the Active
Solution Configuration "release". The deployment project and a supporting c#
dll project both switch to release, however the website remains at debug.
When I attempt to change the dropdown for the website debug is the only
option. How can I ensure that when I build that the entire solution including
the website is in release mode?


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Jun 5 '06 #3
Andy,
Yep, get your drift loud and clear. Scott Guthrie's tutorial page on WAP has
instructions on how to convert, it's not difficult but could be
time-consuming if the project is large. Otherwise, probably would be good
practice, eh?
Best of luck
Peter
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"andy6 via DotNetMonster.com" wrote:
Peter,

I added the Deploy project and noticed in the build output box that is said
Release. I hate that MS came out with Web App proj so late. I feel like I am
to deep into development to do this switch. Version 3 of this product is
around the corner. There are some features in Web App projects from VS2003
that I missing with VS2005 website project so I'll switch then. Unless you
know of a non-invasive way to switch to the project mid development.

Thanks,

Andy

Peter Bromberg [C# MVP] wrote:
When you use the Publish option, that automatically switches to Release. Or,
you can try the new Web Application Projects add-in.
I am in VS2005 Configuration Manager and have selected from the Active
Solution Configuration "release". The deployment project and a supporting c#
dll project both switch to release, however the website remains at debug.
When I attempt to change the dropdown for the website debug is the only
option. How can I ensure that when I build that the entire solution including
the website is in release mode?


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Jun 5 '06 #4
Many thanks Peter!

Peter Bromberg [C# MVP] wrote:
Andy,
Yep, get your drift loud and clear. Scott Guthrie's tutorial page on WAP has
instructions on how to convert, it's not difficult but could be
time-consuming if the project is large. Otherwise, probably would be good
practice, eh?
Best of luck
Peter
Peter,

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>> option. How can I ensure that when I build that the entire solution including
>> the website is in release mode?


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