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Old March 27th, 2010, 08:40 AM
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Well i was wondering.. when you select a web developement project.. it actually ask you where you want the website but it doesnt save the project file in the same directory. Is there a way to do it ? or save the project file where we want ? cause it actually save it in the VS2010 projects default directory.

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Hi there,

When you say "web developement project", do you mean a "web site project" (as opposed to a Web Application Project)?

If so, the location of the .sln file isn't really relevant. A web site project is just a folder on disk and has no collective project or solution file. The .sln is just there to show up in the Start Page, and becomes more relevant if you have a multi project / web site solution. If you want to move the file, try this:

1. Make sure the Solution is visible. To do this, choose: Tools | Options | Projects and Solutions and check off "Always show solution".

2. Then click the Solution node in the Solution Explorer and choose File | Save YourSolution.sln as...

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ops.. sorry i meant a Web Application project where it actually save a solution file and seem to not lets you save it in a location i want to.
 
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If you create a new WAP, you can change the location of the project, the name of the Solution and whether or not to create a directory for the solution on the File | New Project dialog.

If you want absolute control over the sln before you add projects, choose File | New Project, choose Other Project Types | Visual Studio Solutiions and then choose Blank Solution. This creates an empty sln that you can save wherever you want and then you can add projects to it.

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Alright. Thanks for your help!





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