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CodeComment Report

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Hi,
I have deployed an ASP Web Project called WebApplication1 Project.
All its files are stored under vti folder.
But I recently found that another folder called CodeCommentReport was
automatically created and had a copy of all the pages I have been created
uniformly addressed and named automatically as .htm files in IIS MMC.

Question is:
1. What is this folder all about? I did not find much info in the
Documentaion.
2.How did these foldersget created in first place? I had created several
projects but this folder was not created.
3. Can I just get rid of this folder?Just "delete" this so that I can
savesome space avoiding the copy.

Any feedback will be greatly appreciated,

regards,
Gurvar


Nov 21 '05 #1
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the contents of that folder are created by going to tools->build comment web
pages in vs.net, possibly you selected that option by mistake, I don't think
theres a way to set it as a default for project compiles. You're safe to
delete them.

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Hi,
I have deployed an ASP Web Project called WebApplication1 Project.
All its files are stored under vti folder.
But I recently found that another folder called CodeCommentReport was
automatically created and had a copy of all the pages I have been created uniformly addressed and named automatically as .htm files in IIS MMC.

Question is:
1. What is this folder all about? I did not find much info in the
Documentaion.
2.How did these foldersget created in first place? I had created several
projects but this folder was not created.
3. Can I just get rid of this folder?Just "delete" this so that I can
savesome space avoiding the copy.

Any feedback will be greatly appreciated,

regards,
Gurvar

Nov 21 '05 #2

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