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BOOK: ASP.NET Website Programming Problem-Design-Solution
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I have instaled Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition on my computer ,and now I get this error, when I try to open any .sln file

make sure the application for the project type (.csproj) is installed

Does anyone know what is wrong ?
and how to fiks this problem ?

I have tryed to remove Framework 1,0 and 1,1 but that did not help.


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Are you trying to use ThePhile with 2005? There's a thread here that tells how to do that. You have to download the Web Application Project support.

The second edition of the book (due out very soon) was specifically written for 2005.
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Yes I have converted the The Phil to VS2005 but I still get the same error.

I have have tryed to run The Beer house sln file whith the VS2005 Express edition and I get the same error.

make sure the application for the project type (.csproj) is installed

Why do I get this error and have can I fiks it ???


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Is it supposed to work with Visual Web Developer?

It sounds like you have a separate class library project (the (.csproj file) that cannot be opened in Visual Web Developer. You need to separate it from the web site and open it in Visual C# Express Edition.

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Ok thanks so I have to get the Visual C# Express Edition in order to open it.

It was my understanding that I could open a web project that was programmed in C# whith Visuel web Developer 2005.

So if I want to do web applications in C# I need Visual C# Express Edition is this right?




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Ok thanks so I have to get the
Visual C# express Edition in order to open it.

It was my understanding that I could open a web project that was programmed in C# whith Visuel web Developer 2005.

So if I want to do web applications in C# I need Visual C# express Edition is this right?




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Ok thanks so I have to get the
Visual C# express Edition in order to open it.

It was my understanding that I could open a web project that was programmed in C# whith Visuel web Developer 2005.

So if I want to do web applications in C# I need Visual C# express Edition is this right?



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Ok thanks so I have to get the
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It was my understanding that I could open a web project that was programmed in C# whith Visuel web Developer 2005.

So if I want to do web applications in C# I need Visual C# express Edition is this right?

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Ok thanks so I have to get the
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It was my understanding that I could open a web project that was programmed in C# whith Visuel web Developer 2005.

So if I want to do web applications in C# I need Visual C# express Edition is this right?
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Yes, you can open a C# website with Visual Web Developer.

However, if the solution contains a Class Library project, next to the web site project, you also need C# Express. I am not sure if this applies in your situation, but I think it does.

It's not uncommon to have a web site solution thar exists of multiple projects: the actual website, and one or more class libraries that contain business logic, data access code and so on. If that's the case, then you can't open those solutions correctly with VWD Express Edition, and you'll need the C# Express for the other projects.

The full version of Visual Studio can handle them all.

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