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Opening a web project in Visual Studio .Net

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I am fairly new to .Net and I am having a problem opening a web project in
visual studio .Net. I created a web project from an existing project in the
manner described in an MSDN article. The project built successfully and
saved successfully. The next day when I opened the solution, I received an
error stating that the web project was available.

Can anyone explain to me the steps VS .Net takes to open a web project to
varify that all the pieces exist. I checked IIS and the virtual directory
and everything appeared to be ok. I checked the web info file and the URL
was correct.

I am not sure where to go from here.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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Cemoran
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Check your path.

if you can post the error you got, may we can help you.

Tony
"Cemoran" <Ce*****@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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I am fairly new to .Net and I am having a problem opening a web project in
visual studio .Net. I created a web project from an existing project in the manner described in an MSDN article. The project built successfully and
saved successfully. The next day when I opened the solution, I received an error stating that the web project was available.

Can anyone explain to me the steps VS .Net takes to open a web project to
varify that all the pieces exist. I checked IIS and the virtual directory
and everything appeared to be ok. I checked the web info file and the URL
was correct.

I am not sure where to go from here.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
--
Cemoran

Jul 21 '05 #2

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The paths in the URLin the web info file looks fine, the path in the
properties looks fine and it appears that I set up the virtual directory to
look at the correct path.

I get a 'Project Unavailable' error when it tries to connect to load the web
project. I was wondering what steps VS .Net takes to load a web project.
Some of these steps might not be obvious or documented.

"Tony" wrote:
Check your path.

if you can post the error you got, may we can help you.

Tony
"Cemoran" <Ce*****@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:7A**********************************@microsof t.com...
I am fairly new to .Net and I am having a problem opening a web project in
visual studio .Net. I created a web project from an existing project in

the
manner described in an MSDN article. The project built successfully and
saved successfully. The next day when I opened the solution, I received

an
error stating that the web project was available.

Can anyone explain to me the steps VS .Net takes to open a web project to
varify that all the pieces exist. I checked IIS and the virtual directory
and everything appeared to be ok. I checked the web info file and the URL
was correct.

I am not sure where to go from here.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
--
Cemoran


Jul 21 '05 #3

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Prior to the error I last replied with, I first get the error:

Unable to read the project file projectfilename.csproj. The device is not
ready.

Thanks.

"Cemoran" wrote:
I am fairly new to .Net and I am having a problem opening a web project in
visual studio .Net. I created a web project from an existing project in the
manner described in an MSDN article. The project built successfully and
saved successfully. The next day when I opened the solution, I received an
error stating that the web project was available.

Can anyone explain to me the steps VS .Net takes to open a web project to
varify that all the pieces exist. I checked IIS and the virtual directory
and everything appeared to be ok. I checked the web info file and the URL
was correct.

I am not sure where to go from here.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
--
Cemoran

Jul 21 '05 #4

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