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Just push that button to turn it into an IIS application directory. again tnx. If you get stuck you can get support by emailing [email protected] If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Let me know if you still find it hard. have a peek at this web-site

The bin folder under ThePhile is empty?Should it be?I dont think so. #10 (permalink) May 17th, 2005, 11:20 AM johno Authorized User Join Date: Apr 2004 Location: glasgow, Deleted VSWebCache\. Unsure why VS is so retarded refreshing cache. My IDE was able to play nice with IIS again.

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Password Reminder Password Register Register | FAQ | Members List | Calendar | Today's Posts | Search BOOK: ASP.NET Website Programming Problem-Design-Solution This is the forum to discuss the Wrox book Maybe it's to do with the permissions on the Virtual Directory. I didn't have the .sln file either, so I created my own. What is the purpose of the System Settings > Appearance > Background > color picker What is the determinant?

My name is Askar. For one thing, I don't think my Virtual Directory was up and running at that stage and so it couldn't find the project. It can be opened with VS2005. Reply Brook Monroe 29 September 2007 at 10pm Deleting the file under Documents and Settings works, though.

The two need to map to the same server location" while opening it from Vistual Studio 2003. There are multiple CSharp projects on the remote development servercontaining classicASP files, under the SourceSafe control. Hot Network Questions Is it possible to have 3 real numbers that have both their sum and product equal to 1? The only possible reason would be to target v1.x of the framework but newer versions of VS can already do that so there isn't a lot of reason to go back

Finally note that the various App_ directories where added in newer versions of VS and have no meaning in VS 2003 so these will have to be resolved. What's the difference between ls and la? Then go into your IIS applet again and drill down from the web site. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up VS 2003 Reports “unable to get the project file from the web server” when opening a solution from VSS up vote 0

I converted it to .net (2.0) with visual studio 2005. http://webinweb.net/visual-studio/visual-studio-unable-to-open-project-file-to-perform-upgrade.html Note however that these project types are radically different so you'll probably spend a lot of time getting the project to run once it is converted. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Occasionally I had to add those group permissions the the virtual directory location as well.

I graduated back in the late 90's with the major in Computer Science and since then I've been a "self-declared" geek. Ask a question Quick access Forums home Browse forums users FAQ Search related threads Remove From My Forums Answered by: Unable to get the project file from the web server Archived Reply Roger 10 March 2009 at 12pm This post really helped us out. http://webinweb.net/visual-studio/visual-studio-unable-to-read-the-project-file-vbproj.html If so then it is probably trying to read the project file from IIS and the virtual directory does not exist on the newly formatted computer.

Monday, February 14, 2011 1:47 PM Moderator Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Msdn Web site. Posts: 917 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts You should already see it listed as a virtual directory once you drill down from the default web site. Reply Arun 4 October 2007 at 10am tnx.

I have been assigned to VS 2003 project.

But failing to open the Gclass.vbproj and it was showing an alert "Unable to get the project file from the web server". You’ll be auto redirected in 1 second. If you don't have much experience with ASP.NET this project might be a bit over your head. it's really helped me Reply shandy 13 December 2007 at 10pm Hi, Excellent post!!!!

I'm using Win 2000, but I suspect clearing the cache folder would be a good idea. You should check the IIS administration applet to see if it is correctly set up as a virtual directory. Well, when you mess up with any settings or your site/service your VS.NET IDE doesn't go nice with IIS anymore. have a peek here Mood very bad😦 Depression Begins Reply DDDepressionnn 20 November 2008 at 11am Cool..

It seems to me that the problems arise from opening up someone else's solution since it wasn't created on my machine. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Reply Gayathri 19 June 2008 at 7pm Hours and hours of bashing my head and the problem has not gone away. Hope this helps but if not, you might want to try a search on Google Groups as this is where I found the fix for my case.

Posts: 30 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts My Visual studio .NET is 2002. Thanks to you, I solved it before it went on for two more hours. With VS2003, you also need to add your user account to the "Debugger Users" and "VS Developers" and possibly the account that is running the AppPool (possibly Network Server, ASPNET, or By joining today you can post your own programming questions, respond to other developers’ questions, and eliminate the ads that are displayed to guests.

That did not work. You should see this as a virtual directory. Dude you Rock . Yes 3.

Reply Bobdog 7 April 2008 at 10am I got is correct after creating 1) .csproj.webinfo file 2) .csproj file in the website directory which is virtually mapped in IIS. Linux questions C# questions ASP.NET questions fabric questions C++ questions discussionsforums All Message Boards...