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Old 01-20-2004, 03:44 PM
jnapier jnapier is online now
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VS.Net Wb Projects not getting incremented

I just downloaded version 5.2 and I am still getting a problem when trying to increment the version of a web project.

I am using 2003, visual build 5.2 on windows 200 advanced server.

When the make action goes to increment the versions it locates the wrong web project. The following is the output from the step when it tries to increment the version.

D:\Solutions\WebSolutions\RNCSolutions\ServiceDesk Solution\WebSite\WebSite.csproj...(no changes)
D:\Solutions\WebSolutions\NGSolutions\IbisProjectS olution\DataAccess\DataAccess.csproj...incrementin g version...
D:\Solutions\WebSolutions\NGSolutions\IbisProjectS olution\BusinessObjects\BusinessObjects.csproj...i ncrementing version...
D:\Solutions\WebSolutions\NGSolutions\IbisProjectS olution\WebControls\WebControls.csproj...increment ing version...
D:\Solutions\WebSolutions\NGSolutions\IbisProjectS olution\NunitTests\NunitTests.csproj...incrementin g version...

Notice how the first project it tries to update is in the ServiceDeskSolution. This is wrong. Notice how the other projects are in the IbisProjectSolution. This is correct.

Why is it locating a different web project than what it built.

Let me know if you need any more infromation.
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Old 01-21-2004, 03:12 PM
kinook kinook is online now
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We weren't aware that you were experiencing a problem. There weren't any changes in the 5.2 release regarding how the VS.NET action locates web projects. The action tries several methods to convert a web project to its local filename (so that it can update versions, properties, etc.); apparently one of these is resulting in a false positive on the wrong filename. Please send to

1) The .bld file, .sln file, and constituent project files (no source code files)
2) The output of a "dir C:\Solutions /s > dir.txt" from a command prompt
3) The version of IIS you are running
4) Details about your web site configurations. For IIS 4.0/5.0, install the MS MetaBase Editor (download from and export LM/W3SVC; for IIS 6.0, they're found in C:\Windows\System32\InetSrv\MetaBase.xml.
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