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This is one of the most simple things but Microsoft has
managed to make it impossible. I want to open pages from
my Web server using Visual Interdev.NET or 2003. When I go
to File>Open>File From Web in the menu system, I can open
my Web server without a problem. When I open any document
however, it renders the result of any ASP or ASP.NET code
rather than revealing the code itself. In other words,
it's displaying the result of the code not the code
itself. So for exmaple instead of displaying <!--#include
virtual="somefilename.aspx" -->, its displaying the code
within the include file. To make matters worse, if there
is any ASP or ASP.NET code in the document it displays the
result of that code so for example instead of displaying
the code that should display a recordset it displays the
actual recordset. Any true development environment should
NEVER do this. Is there a way to force it to show the code
and NOT the result of the code? Thanks in advance.
Nov 20 '05 #1
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* "Adria" <ra******@yahoo.com> scripsit:
This is one of the most simple things but Microsoft has
managed to make it impossible. I want to open pages from
my Web server using Visual Interdev.NET or 2003. When I go


Are you sure this is a VB.NET issue? If not, consider posting to a more
general group.

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Nov 20 '05 #2

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Hi Adria,

That is nice, I did not know that, so VS2003 gives the result and Explorer
the file.
Can be very usefull I think, thanks for the hint.

Cor
Nov 20 '05 #3

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