Application name magic

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Martin, Jan 28, 2004.

  1. Martin

    Martin Guest

    Hi!
    Listen to this:
    I have two w2k servers with SQL Server 2000 an the .Net Framework installed.
    The first server is called "NET2", the second is called "PAS003".
    I have an ASP.NET application, called "manufacturing". In the web.config I
    made an application setting for the connectionstring.
    The application was build on server NET2, the connectionstring pointed to
    NET2.
    I copied all the files from NET2 to the PAS003 server, including the visual
    studio.net project file.

    Now the following thing happens:
    When I use visual studio to edit the web.config of PAS003 (because of the
    connectionstring), the web.config of NET2 changes. The same thing arround:
    when I want to change something on PAS003, I need to open the projectfile on
    NET2. This keeps on happening.
    Is this some server magic?
     
    Martin, Jan 28, 2004
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  2. You may want to use the "Copy Project" option from the "Project" menu in
    visual studio to copy your project, rather than copy/paste.

    "Martin" <> wrote in message
    news:40181005$0$539$...
    > Hi!
    > Listen to this:
    > I have two w2k servers with SQL Server 2000 an the .Net Framework

    installed.
    > The first server is called "NET2", the second is called "PAS003".
    > I have an ASP.NET application, called "manufacturing". In the web.config I
    > made an application setting for the connectionstring.
    > The application was build on server NET2, the connectionstring pointed to
    > NET2.
    > I copied all the files from NET2 to the PAS003 server, including the

    visual
    > studio.net project file.
    >
    > Now the following thing happens:
    > When I use visual studio to edit the web.config of PAS003 (because of the
    > connectionstring), the web.config of NET2 changes. The same thing arround:
    > when I want to change something on PAS003, I need to open the projectfile

    on
    > NET2. This keeps on happening.
    > Is this some server magic?
    >
    >
    >
     
    Michael Ramey, Jan 28, 2004
    #2
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  3. Martin

    Martin Guest

    Thanks, I'll try this tomorow. I guess it has something to do with a cache
    used by visualstudio.


    "Michael Ramey" <raterus@localhost> schreef in bericht
    news:...
    > You may want to use the "Copy Project" option from the "Project" menu in
    > visual studio to copy your project, rather than copy/paste.
    >
    > "Martin" <> wrote in message
    > news:40181005$0$539$...
    > > Hi!
    > > Listen to this:
    > > I have two w2k servers with SQL Server 2000 an the .Net Framework

    > installed.
    > > The first server is called "NET2", the second is called "PAS003".
    > > I have an ASP.NET application, called "manufacturing". In the web.config

    I
    > > made an application setting for the connectionstring.
    > > The application was build on server NET2, the connectionstring pointed

    to
    > > NET2.
    > > I copied all the files from NET2 to the PAS003 server, including the

    > visual
    > > studio.net project file.
    > >
    > > Now the following thing happens:
    > > When I use visual studio to edit the web.config of PAS003 (because of

    the
    > > connectionstring), the web.config of NET2 changes. The same thing

    arround:
    > > when I want to change something on PAS003, I need to open the

    projectfile
    > on
    > > NET2. This keeps on happening.
    > > Is this some server magic?
    > >
    > >
    > >

    >
    >
     
    Martin, Jan 28, 2004
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