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Old 12-22-2003, 07:59 AM
Henk v.d. Vaart Henk v.d. Vaart is online now
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Question Problem building ASP.NET application via its project-file.

Hi,

I am using Visual Build Professional (5.1) and have some problems building a VS.NET (ASP.NET) web application via its related project file (so I am NOT using a solution file).
Building a standard (non web) application via its related project file is going OK.

When running from the command line (Visual Studio .NET 2003 Command Prompt) I verified that I should call 'devenv' with the URL (see below):
devenv "C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\MyWebApp\MyWebApp.csproj" /build Release /project "C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\MyWebApp\MyWebApp.csproj"
Build FAILED --> "Invalid project"
devenv "http://localhost/MyWebApp/MyWebApp.csproj" /build Release /project "http://localhost/MyWebApp/MyWebApp.csproj"
Build SUCCEEDED

When (building) using the "Make VS.NET" action (which runs 'devenv') from Visual Build Professional I got the message "The remote server returned an error: (403) Forbidden."
I used "http://localhost/MyWebApp/MyWebApp.csproj" as filename in the "Project/Solution" tab in the Make VS.NET action.

Can anyone maybe tell me how to build an ASP.NET web-application via its project file ?

Regards,

Henk van der Vaart
Build- and Install Architect / Senior Software Engineer

Email: Henk.van.der.Vaart@philips.com

Philips Business Communications B.V
Hilversum, The Netherlands
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