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web.sitemap file usage

Menus and TreeView Controls

Curious, does a web.sitemap file have be to called web.sitemap or can you specify it with a different name if you want?
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If you need help from visual studio, and clarity in navigation through your project then leave these extensions.

Since visual studio allows you to change such extension, then I can see why you cant do that.

If you do, you loose the icon appearance of the files in the solution explorer.
metro156Author Commented:
If you can change the name of web.sitemap file, where in the markup do you reference the new name?
Looks like, changing the name is just a convenience for you in solution explorer.
The contents of the file is the same regardless of the name extension.

In general a software uses its own references to objects and makes visible naming an option to users.
Roopesh ReddyIT AnalystCommented:

You can have multiple .sitemaps and you have can your own names!


You can configure the same in web.config file!

Hope it helps u...
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