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I have two web projects in one Solution as shown in picture attached.

- Web Project: SREG
- Web Project: InquirySREG

When passing to production, each web project will go to different IIS servers or will go in same IIS server but in different virtual directory.

In different IIS servers:

http://Site1/SREG/login.aspx
http://Site2/InquirySREG/default.aspx

In same IIS server but different virtual directories:

http://Site1/SREG/login.aspx
http://Site1/InquirySREG/default.aspx

I'm planning that SREG and InquirySREG use and share classes in BE, BL, DA, and Utilitario projects.

My question is: Do you think that would be there any disadvantage in the future for structuring my Solution in this way?
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It looks OK for me and there is no need for more solutions if these are your current needs. However, if you may have plans to reuse the share classes in other solutions in the future, then you can use two solutions:
Solution 1: Contains all shared code as class libraries. thus you can share assemblies.
Solution 2: Your web sites.
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