Project Architecture - Adding new user control to existing web application

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Amil, Apr 5, 2004.

  1. Amil

    Amil Guest

    I have a reusable web application (e.g. portal). I often do a project copy
    to create new virtual apps. This works fine.

    Now I want to take that reusable app (not the solution and it's projects)
    and just add a few new user controls to it. I do not want to copy the
    entire reusable application (solution, projects, etc) and add my new user
    controls.

    What is the best practice for taking an existing web application directory
    structure, and creating a new VS solution/project so that it works inside
    the reusable application? I want to create a new VS solution/project that
    is not a web application itself, but SOMETHING I CAN CREATE USER CONTROLS
    (.ascx files) in it. What type of project can I create to hold .ascx files?

    Amil
     
    Amil, Apr 5, 2004
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