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Hi,
    I am in the process of installing Microsoft petshop 4.0 application. I have installed all the pre re-reqs for this.when running the petshop.sln.I am getting a strange error stating model.csproj not installed.
Am i missing some thing...Any guidence will hep me solve this issue quickely.
Thanks,
Njoy
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I did some research and found the following.

This means the application contains C# class library projects which are not supported in VWD Express. VWD only supports Web sites. You'll need Visual Studio Standard or higher in order to be able to work in this solution.
Install C#.

You have Visual Basic.NET. You do not have the code needed to open a CSharp
application.
Therefore, when you attempt to open your solution (created using Visual
Studio .Net ), you get the error asking for a CSharp development
environment.


Goodluck
Xfreddie
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