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How to config visual studio .net to read IIS port 8000 as default?

Dear All,

I have Apache using port 80. So I changed IIS to use port 8000 as
default web service. After that all my .net projects were not able to load
into Visual Studio .net. Do you know how to configure Visual Studio .net to
load web projects from port 8000? Thanks for the help!!!

Thanks,
Rudy
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Hi Rudy!

In Project Folder there are one file <ProjectName>.vbproj.webinfo specify
path of your web application like

<VisualStudioUNCWeb>

<Web URLPath = "http://localhost/CGMIITS/CGMIITS.vbproj" />

</VisualStudioUNCWeb>

change to

<VisualStudioUNCWeb>

<Web URLPath = "http://localhost:8000/CGMIITS/CGMIITS.vbproj" />

</VisualStudioUNCWeb>

that work fine
--
Harshad Prajapati
Software Engineer
VMF Soft Tech Ltd. , Ahmedabad.
Phone No. - (079) 26581240, 26582823
Mobile No. - 91 94265 18087

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Dear All,

I have Apache using port 80. So I changed IIS to use port 8000 as
default web service. After that all my .net projects were not able to load
into Visual Studio .net. Do you know how to configure Visual Studio .net to load web projects from port 8000? Thanks for the help!!!

Thanks,
Rudy

Jul 21 '05 #2

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