No Project file. Any problem in future?

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    Nath Guest

    Default No Project file. Any problem in future?

    I started developing web pages using Visual Interdev. And I am the only developer working on this project. I have not created any project file (.sln file) or anything like that. I started developing .asp files and each asp file calls another asp file. Ofcourse all these asp files are located in C:inetpubwwwroot directory. <BR><BR>I am almost done developing these .asp files and I am in the process of getting my domain name and after that I would like to <BR>publish all these .asp files. <BR><BR>Do anyone think there would be any trouble in publishing this kind of setup. I am fairly new to Web development. Since I haven&#039t created any project file?

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    Leungas Guest

    Default RE: No Project file. Any problem in future?

    In my opinion, I would say no. What the sln files do is to allow you to keep all your things in 1 place, it does not effect your publishing or other things (you only need your asa and asp and may be your COM). <BR><BR>The only thing is probably the maintainability of the ASP project. <BR><BR>So it is all up to you.

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