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In what file are the Web Site Properties kept? When I change the virtual path from
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I am not 100% sure but I think it's stored in an .sln file as well as in a .suo file (with user settings). Both files are typically created in your Websites folder under Documents\Visual Studio 2010, but the exact location depends.

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Thank you for your response, Imar.

I appreciate all you have done for my growth as a programmer and all you do for the programming community. Your series on N-Layered Web Applications has helped me more than any other study aide I've found. For me, your ability to convey your thoughts is clear, progresses logically and is easily understood. I have grown as a programmer in orders of magnitude since picking up your .NET 3.5 series.

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I am not 100% sure but I think it's stored in an .sln file as well as in a .suo file (with user settings). Both files are typically created in your Websites folder under Documents\Visual Studio 2010, but the exact location depends.

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I am working on the book in two locations and using a subversion server to host the files, I noticed that there was no file change when I made the change to the virtual path. I cannot seem to find .sln or .suo for a web site project as I have been able to find those extensions on web application projects. I did however make a mental note to update the virtual path in my second location and so far, all is well with my application.

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Your series on N-Layered Web Applications has helped me more than any other study aide I've found.
That's good to hear, thanks!. For your information, I have a new series coming out in a couple of weeks, targeting ASP.NET 4.5 (MVC, Web Forms, WCF and a Console Application) and using Entity Framework Code First. Keep an eye on my blog for more details.

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I noticed that there was no file change when I made the change to the virtual path.
For some reason, the virtual path is a developer-specific setting that doesn't get checked into source control; you'll need to make the change on each machine.

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