Last post Jan 26, 2007 07:22 AM by stevoie
Jan 18, 2007 01:29 PM|kayamben|LINK
Visual Studio 2005
Jan 18, 2007 11:36 PM|Brian27|LINK
Originally, in VS 2005 and ASP.Net 2.0, it was thought that everyone would want to use the new model of Web sites. Then it was realized that many that had been used to the Web Application model of VS 2003 wanted that model for their VS 2005 web development
projects. MS created an add-in to allow the option of using either model when creating a new web development project. With the release of SP1 for VS 2005, there is no longer a need to install the add-in, as the SP makes Web Application Projects a built in
option. If you haven't installed the add-in or done the SP1 install, read the info from MS about the SP and DL and install that (you'll also get bug fixes and better AJAX support). If you want a good explaination of the two choices now (Web site, or WAP),
check out the tutorial video in the Learn section of this site, on Web Application Projects & Web Deployment Projects. You'll get a good idea of what options are best for your needs. Hope it helps. BRN..
Jan 26, 2007 07:22 AM|stevoie|LINK
Select the file that you want to publish in the solution explorer and view its properties.
Make sure that the Build Action is set to "Content". Do this for all the files that you want included in the publish.