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Cannot load ASP.NET Project originally configured for another machine

Posted on 2013-11-26
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I cannot load ASP,Net project , which originally was configured  in another machine
I read that I   have to correct  UrlPath in projectname.csproj.webinfo file.
But I do not see projectname.csproj.webinfo file  on my machine
I am able only see projectname.csproj file
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Question by:Yampolka
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by:Bob Learned
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What version of the .NET framework are you working with?  I vaguely remember the .webinfo file from 2003 and 1.1 days.  

What happens when you open the solution?
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by:sybe
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You could try "Open website" and browse to the root of the application
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by:Bob Learned
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Open Web Site only works for Web Site model web sites (without a project file).  If you have a project file, then you need to open the solution.
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I fixed the problem by editing  *.csproj.user file - took away information about localhost
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I fixed the problem by editing  *.csproj.user file - took away information about localhost
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