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Visual studio and remute site saving problem

Posted on 2007-03-26
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Hi,

I got a problem with visual studio. I open a web site from remote. But when I made any simple code error,  it refuse to saveç. When I correct the error it goes to save.
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by:mmarinov
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Hello karanba,

What kind of problem you receive? Any errors ?

Regards,
mmarinov
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I add a remote site (http://proje.romote.server.com) from a server on my LAN to the Visual Studio 2005, give permission to debug end so on. But when any error like a missing ";" or any code error cause the VS2005 do not save any file. There is not a specific error that comes.
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Have you checked if there is any logged problem in the event viewer ?
Martin
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