Open a classic ASP Application in Visual Studio .NET

Posted on 2006-04-19
Last Modified: 2006-11-18
I want to know the best way to open a classic ASP application in Visual Studio .NET (including VSS integration).  I do have one restriction.  The files must be accessed via a share, not using Visual Studio's traditional http access.
Question by:cgulka
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    2005 or 2003?

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    Either one.
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    In 2005, just go to File, Open, Web Site...
    Go to File System and browse to the share.
    Then click Open.
    Now Right click the Solution in Solution Explorer and select Add to Source Safe.
    That's it.

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