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Unable to create ASP.NET Application on Win 2003

Hy

I'm trying  to  create ASP.NET Application on a computer network unpluged running Win 2003 Server.
But Visual Studio try  unsusscefeully to open solution files (thru "File share" or "Front Page Extensssion..." ) beacause
my computer is network unplugged

Is there  any way to solve this problem?
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nsebastian
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mmarinovCommented:
where do you keep your solution files ? and why vs.net should try to connect to the network ?

B..M
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ramesh12Commented:
Try creating an empty web solution and add the your current project files to the empty project
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pml_sivaCommented:
First make sure that you have installed IIS and Front Page Server Extension.....
Then only it works...
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nsebastianAuthor Commented:

pml siva I have Front Page Server Extension instaled ....

That's the error received:

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The default acces mode for this project is set file share, but the project folder at:
'http://localhost/WebApplication9' cannot be opened  with the path  :
'D:Projects\Web\WebApplication9'. The error return was:
 Unable to create Web project 'WebApplication9'. The file path dowes not corespond to the URL 'http://localhost/WebApplication9' . The two need to map to the same server location . Http Error 404: Not found

What would do like to do ?

2 options i've got :
   
   a) Retry using a different file share path
   b) Try to open the project with Front page Server Extensios

None of them dowsn't works....
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 I have all rights on the project folders ......
 I have Front Page Server Extension Instaled .....
 I'm using Windows 2003 Server Entreprise ....

and why VS.NET try to connect to my projects throughs networks (good point mmarinov)

So what should i do ?

incresing points? :)

thanks,
respectfully
nicu
 


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ramesh12Commented:
Did you create your webapplication using your VS.net.

If you didnt and just placed all the files in a directory and try to open that with your VS.net , then you will get that kind of error.

Basically if you create a webapplication from VS.net it will create the application in IIS.
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nsebastianAuthor Commented:
thanks mmarinov  i have already tried msdn help but it still doesn't works;
"the file path does corespund to the URL ..."

ramesh12: you are right: when you create a webapllication from VS.NET il will create the app in IIS; i even tried the other possibility: defining first a web site (or virtual directory) in IIS and then creating web app from VS.NET mapping specified site

BUT it still doesn't work

anyway thank's again
respectfully
nicu

+ 15 points :)
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nsebastianAuthor Commented:
I Recomend you to reinstall Visual Studio .NET

respectfully
aluppigus
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nsebastianAuthor Commented:
I have the same problem sa you nsebastian

reinstaling is vraiment la solution

Tschuss
Alles Gute
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alupigus_mihaltCommented:

Yes try reinstaling
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jaggs83Commented:
that is not a solution.
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