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Visual InterDev??

I was trying to load an old project and .NET 2003
complained about this .vip file. According to Windows
Explorer, it's a Visual InterDev project. For the life of
me, I can't remember/figure out what an InterDev project
is or was. My new .NET projects don't have this file. So,
2 questions: What is it? And how do I get around it, so I
can load this project?

Thanks in advance...
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Visual Interdev is part of Visual Studio 6. You can use it to create ASP
(not ASP.NET) applications. So you can't just open this Interdev project in
Visual Studio.NET.

There is a tool available (currently alpha version) to convert ASP solutions
to ASP.NET solutions. More info:
http://www.asp.net/migrationassistan...ndex=0&tabid=1
Microsoft provides several code migration assistants free of charge to help
developers move their web applications to ASP.NET. Although these migration
assistants do not make the conversion process completely automatic, they
will speed up your project by automating some of the steps required for
migration.
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I was trying to load an old project and .NET 2003
complained about this .vip file. According to Windows
Explorer, it's a Visual InterDev project. For the life of
me, I can't remember/figure out what an InterDev project
is or was. My new .NET projects don't have this file. So,
2 questions: What is it? And how do I get around it, so I
can load this project?

Thanks in advance...

Jul 21 '05 #2
Cor
Hi Jan,

A little thing,

Visual Studio Net was the first good tool I have used to edit classic asp.

You cannot real debug it, but you can better than with any tool I used
before simulate your processes with it.

Cor
Jul 21 '05 #3
Cor

Can you open complete Interdev projects, or do you open individual asp
files?

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Hi Jan,

A little thing,

Visual Studio Net was the first good tool I have used to edit classic asp.

You cannot real debug it, but you can better than with any tool I used
before simulate your processes with it.

Cor

Jul 21 '05 #4
Cor
Hi Jan,

That I never tried, but just a new Web project and than copy everything in
it. And set a start page.

I did not use it a long while now, but I remembered me that it did work as I
had never had seen before with Classic webdevelopment (but I have to admit
that I did do with that everything directly in HTML and JavaScript on client
and vb.script on serverside).

(I am not talking about an IIS application).

Cor
Jul 21 '05 #5

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