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ASP.net VB.net 2010 Copy Entire Project and Rename

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Hi

I have a large ASP.net web application project that I want to duplicate and rename.
What is the best way to do this?
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Question by:Murray Brown
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1) Rename folders

2) Rename projects and solutions

3) Modify the solution file with text editor, and change project names and paths.

4) Modify the project files with text editor, and change the properties for RootNamespace and AssemblyName.

5) Change IISUrl property in project file (in text editor), if using IIS

<IISUrl>http://localhost/WebApplication1</IISUrl>

6) Modify class files in IDE, to change any namespaces that are explicitly set.
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Great answer Bob! Thanks
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