Unable to get project from the Web server

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Carl, Feb 22, 2005.

  1. Carl

    Carl Guest

    This is really starting to do my head in, and I could really do with some
    advice/help.

    I'm using visual sourcesafe and attempting to open an existing project
    within Visual Studio.

    After identifying the project and telling VS to open it I get an error
    saying "unable to get project from the Web server".

    After looking around the web, the only suggestion I can find is to delete
    the VSWebCache. I've done this and despite restarting VS, its had no effect.

    Not that I think its relavent, but a virtual directory is already setup on
    my machine for the project.

    I've wasted so much time on this already...Help me!
     
    Carl, Feb 22, 2005
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  2. Carl

    Geir Aamodt Guest

    Carl,

    have you checked your <ProjectName>.<ProjectType>.webinfo file and verified
    that the <Web URLPath ....> is pointing at the right web site?
    (Example of the .webinfo could be: MyWebProject.csproj.webinfo

    --

    Best regards,
    Geir Aamodt
    geir.aamodt(AT)bekk.no

    "Carl" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > This is really starting to do my head in, and I could really do with some
    > advice/help.
    >
    > I'm using visual sourcesafe and attempting to open an existing project
    > within Visual Studio.
    >
    > After identifying the project and telling VS to open it I get an error
    > saying "unable to get project from the Web server".
    >
    > After looking around the web, the only suggestion I can find is to delete
    > the VSWebCache. I've done this and despite restarting VS, its had no
    > effect.
    >
    > Not that I think its relavent, but a virtual directory is already setup on
    > my machine for the project.
    >
    > I've wasted so much time on this already...Help me!
    >
     
    Geir Aamodt, Feb 23, 2005
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