Specify a Specific Folder for ASP.NET Debugging?


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Scott Ballard

Greetings,

I created a simple ASP.NET Web Application (VS 2010) that references
a .NET assembly I wrote. My .NET assembly requires an XML file to be
in the same directory as the .NET assembly at run time (using
Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly().Location). When I debug my simple
ASP.NET Web Application I get a run time error that my .NET assembly
can't find the XML file. It seems the ASP.NET debugger has copied
my .NET assembly here:

C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files
\root\a9e315fe\506c7c43\assembly\dl3\1614cf89\983afb56_b314cc01

Of course the XML file is not there, hence the error. Is there any
way to make the ASP.NET debugger use a spcieifc folder for debugging?
Or is there a way to make the ASP.NET debugger copy the XML file to
the debugging folder (i.e. the one I listed above)? I'm new to
ASP.NET so please bear with me. Thank you.

Regards,

Scott Ballard
 
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