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What's XSD for in ASP.NET?

I am trying to convert an ASP.1x project to ASP.NET 2 site. I found a few .XSD files and couldn't open them up to view. What are they for? Can I exclude them? They are causing errors at build time. Thanks.
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spprivateCommented:
XSD files are used for schema definitions.For example if you are creating or using an XML file in your application then this xsd files will define the structure in which those xmls should be.So for example if you are getting an xml from another client or you are sending xml to another application you need to create the xml as the structure mentioned in the XSD
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ksfokAuthor Commented:
Should they be placed in the app_data folder?
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ksfokAuthor Commented:
There are tons of errors. Here's a couple at at the top:
Error      3      'Public Sub New()' has multiple definitions with identical signatures.      C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\po\1d5910ef\7537a9bd\Sources_App_Code\cartsr.xsd.72cecc2a.vb      33      16      C:\zDev\PO\
Error      4      'Protected Sub New(info As System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationInfo, context As System.Runtime.Serialization.StreamingContext)' has multiple definitions with identical signatures.      C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\po\1d5910ef\7537a9bd\Sources_App_Code\cartsr.xsd.72cecc2a.vb      44      19      C:\zDev\PO\
Error      5      'Public ReadOnly Property CartSR() As CartSRDataTable' has multiple definitions with identical signatures.      C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\po\1d5910ef\7537a9bd\Sources_App_Code\cartsr.xsd.72cecc2a.vb      80      30      C:\zDev\PO\


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samtran0331Commented:
In .Net, an *.xsd file also represents a strongly typed dataset and should have an accompanying *.xss file, so if your old app had them, no, don't exclude them(!)
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ksfokAuthor Commented:
In the ASP.NET 1.x project those XSD/XSS files were under the same folder with all the other pieces. Now in ASP.NET 2.0 should they be placed in App_Data on their own or in App_Code together with the .VB files that use them?
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samtran0331Commented:
It really shouldn't matter.
What I have is a folder named "Datasets" under the App_Code folder; and I keep all the datasets there.
The migration tool for ASP.Net is not that great.
If you have problems, I would try deleting them from the new project and then using "Add existing" to
re-add them to the project.

Also, a really key question is, when you did the migration, did you migrate it to a "Web Site" or a "Web Application"?
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ksfokAuthor Commented:
To a Web Site.
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samtran0331Commented:
if you're not too far along into the migration (and haven't made too many changes), I would recommend you try migrating the project again using a Web Application Project.
I've done some migrations on large web apps, and the "web site" model...just isn't any good.

http://webproject.scottgu.com/
under both "tutorials" section, there are migration walkthroughs, and you will need to have VS2005 sp1 installed first.
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ksfokAuthor Commented:
I finally deployed the site with "Publish Web Site". Thanks.
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