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Does Visual Studio.NET PRO 2005 include ASP.NET web service template?

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This is driving me mad. I have Visual Studio.NET PRO 2005 installed on
my machine at work. I want to write a web service. I find lots of
tutorials on how to do this with Visual Studio.NET; some are even
Visual Studio.NET 2005.

These tutorials all have screenshots of the "Visual Studio Installed
Templates" under Visual C#. Here is one example:

http://webproject.scottgu.com/CSharp...elloworld.aspx

This person's Visual Studio 2005 IDE includes the following Visual C#
installed templates:

--Windows Application
--Class Library
--Windows Control Library
--Console Application
--ASP.NET Web Application

The last one is what I want. But my Visual Studio.NET Pro 2005
includes:

--Windows Application
--Console Application
--Crystal Reports Application
--Class Library
--Windows Library
--Device Application

So far, I have two theories:

1) Microsoft, for some reason, took away ASP.NET Web Application in
the "pro" version.
2) I was given the wrong version of Visual Studio, not the .NET
version.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Rachel
Jun 27 '08 #1
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Install VS2005 SP1
"Rachel Garrett" <rm*******@gmail.comwrote in message
news:77**********************************@a70g2000 hsh.googlegroups.com...
This is driving me mad. I have Visual Studio.NET PRO 2005 installed on
my machine at work. I want to write a web service. I find lots of
tutorials on how to do this with Visual Studio.NET; some are even
Visual Studio.NET 2005.

These tutorials all have screenshots of the "Visual Studio Installed
Templates" under Visual C#. Here is one example:

http://webproject.scottgu.com/CSharp...elloworld.aspx

This person's Visual Studio 2005 IDE includes the following Visual C#
installed templates:

--Windows Application
--Class Library
--Windows Control Library
--Console Application
--ASP.NET Web Application

The last one is what I want. But my Visual Studio.NET Pro 2005
includes:

--Windows Application
--Console Application
--Crystal Reports Application
--Class Library
--Windows Library
--Device Application

So far, I have two theories:

1) Microsoft, for some reason, took away ASP.NET Web Application in
the "pro" version.
2) I was given the wrong version of Visual Studio, not the .NET
version.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Rachel

Jun 27 '08 #2

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http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archi...-released.aspx

//quote from second paragraph
This SP release is a pretty major service pack, and incorporates a lot of
bug-fixes and feedback from customers. Included built-in with the service
pack is support for VS 2005 Web Application Projects
//end quote

ScottGu (as usual) has all the answers.

"Rachel Garrett" <rm*******@gmail.comwrote in message
news:77**********************************@a70g2000 hsh.googlegroups.com...
This is driving me mad. I have Visual Studio.NET PRO 2005 installed on
my machine at work. I want to write a web service. I find lots of
tutorials on how to do this with Visual Studio.NET; some are even
Visual Studio.NET 2005.

These tutorials all have screenshots of the "Visual Studio Installed
Templates" under Visual C#. Here is one example:

http://webproject.scottgu.com/CSharp...elloworld.aspx

This person's Visual Studio 2005 IDE includes the following Visual C#
installed templates:

--Windows Application
--Class Library
--Windows Control Library
--Console Application
--ASP.NET Web Application

The last one is what I want. But my Visual Studio.NET Pro 2005
includes:

--Windows Application
--Console Application
--Crystal Reports Application
--Class Library
--Windows Library
--Device Application

So far, I have two theories:

1) Microsoft, for some reason, took away ASP.NET Web Application in
the "pro" version.
2) I was given the wrong version of Visual Studio, not the .NET
version.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Rachel

Jun 27 '08 #3

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This worked. Thank you very much!

--Rachel
Jun 30 '08 #4

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