Webservices development

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by Google User, Nov 24, 2004.

  1. Google User

    Google User Guest

    Is it necessary to make all files used in a webservices project
    available through IIS? I would like to keep the code and other
    development files separate from the test deployment of the project.
    Is this possible? If I try to only deploy those files necessary to
    run the web service, I get the following error when I try to open the
    project:

    "Unable to get the project file from the web server"

    Can I just hack the lines in the .sln and .webinfo files to point to a
    UNC file path instead of my localhost URL? I thought about just
    trying that, but I'd like to know if I might cause myself more
    problems. Please tell me that it is possible to develop a Microsoft
    Webservice project without exposing all of the code through IIS.

    Thanks,

    Jon
     
    Google User, Nov 24, 2004
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  2. Google User

    Jeff Dillon Guest

    I always use Copy Project from the Project menu, and then choose "Only files
    needed to run.."

    Jeff
    "Google User" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Is it necessary to make all files used in a webservices project
    > available through IIS? I would like to keep the code and other
    > development files separate from the test deployment of the project.
    > Is this possible? If I try to only deploy those files necessary to
    > run the web service, I get the following error when I try to open the
    > project:
    >
    > "Unable to get the project file from the web server"
    >
    > Can I just hack the lines in the .sln and .webinfo files to point to a
    > UNC file path instead of my localhost URL? I thought about just
    > trying that, but I'd like to know if I might cause myself more
    > problems. Please tell me that it is possible to develop a Microsoft
    > Webservice project without exposing all of the code through IIS.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Jon
     
    Jeff Dillon, Nov 24, 2004
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