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Splitting up the project files

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Hi,
I have multiple people that working on one VB .net project
using separate forms and reports. I was wondering if it
was possible to put some forms and reports in seperate
folders. I tryed doing this and it would copy the files to
the root of the project when I would "add an existing
item" it to the project through the .net Studio. Is there
a way around this?

Sebastian
Nov 20 '05 #1
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* "Sebastian Santacroce" <ss*********@ilogic.com> scripsit:
I have multiple people that working on one VB .net project
using separate forms and reports. I was wondering if it
was possible to put some forms and reports in seperate
folders. I tryed doing this and it would copy the files to
the root of the project when I would "add an existing
item" it to the project through the .net Studio. Is there
a way around this?


In the solution explorer, you can add folders to the projects and drag
files into these folders.

--
Herfried K. Wagner [MVP]
<http://www.mvps.org/dotnet>
Nov 20 '05 #2

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Sebastian,

This is the default behavior, have you looked into using Visual Source
Safe, it is a very effective tool for multi-developer projects and for
simply keeping track of the project's revision history.
Dan

"Sebastian Santacroce" <ss*********@ilogic.com> wrote in message
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Hi,
I have multiple people that working on one VB .net project
using separate forms and reports. I was wondering if it
was possible to put some forms and reports in seperate
folders. I tryed doing this and it would copy the files to
the root of the project when I would "add an existing
item" it to the project through the .net Studio. Is there
a way around this?

Sebastian

Nov 20 '05 #3

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