Reply askars 23 May 2007 at 10pm i searched for this Solution everyWhere, i didn't got ne where but sorry for this that ur solution seems to be bullshit, how can Have you opened it with a text editor to see if it is linking to a remote resource? Solution 1 Accept Solution Reject Solution Quote:I converted it to .net (2.0) with visual studio 2005 You have converted your project to 2.0 (vs20005) version and you are opening with 1.1 (VS2003), how Unable to get the project file from web server http://forums.asp.net/t/300746.aspx Fix for: "Unable to get the project file from the Web server" error http://askars.wordpress.com/2006/10/28/fix-for-unable-to-get-the-project-file-from-the-web-server-error/ Sincerely, Benson Yu Microsoft Online Community More about the author
While checking found that there is another EXE listening on port 80 on the server. Reply Dollarjunkie Member 693 Points 860 Posts Re: Unable to get the project file from the Web Server Jan 24, 2008 07:58 AM|Dollarjunkie|LINK petermeadit VS 2003 is .NET 1.1. Thanks again! - Kenny Aug 25, 2003,12:11 #6 Jeremy W. So you say you are trying to open older project files in VS 2003.
Well, in both the instances when I faced this that wasn't been the case. My IDE was able to play nice with IIS again. Not that I know of. Posts: 30 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Eric, I tried checking this.I'd appreciate it if you could tell me where the applet is.Internet Information Services in Control Panel.Web
They make some assmptions about the readers background ... When answering a question please: Read the question carefully. The bin folder under ThePhile is empty?Should it be?I dont think so. #10 (permalink) May 17th, 2005, 11:20 AM johno Authorized User Join Date: Apr 2004 Location: glasgow, What to do when using your private key from another computer?
When I clicked 'OK', it correctly showed the directory listing that contains the DotNetNuke.vbproj file. Reply Aswin R 1 December 2008 at 4pm thanks that helped Reply georgi 7 December 2008 at 10pm Thanks!!!! Should be Projname in every path and URL. share|improve this answer answered Oct 31 '08 at 15:56 Ryan 5,41321929 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Try deleting the .csproj files (back them up first though).
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Do you need your password? http://webjak.net/visual-studio/visual-studio-unable-to-open-project-setup-vdproj.html Restart IIS. If so then it is probably trying to read the project file from IIS and the virtual directory does not exist on the newly formatted computer. that was the problem.
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Hope this helps but if not, you might want to try a search on Google Groups as this is where I found the fix for my case. I can go to http://localhost/DotNetNuke and it shows my website correctly. [Assumption: If that works, VisualStudio.Net shouldn't need any more permissions than that in the Virtual Directory to open the project.] To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. navigate to this website See more: VB VB.NET My project is written with vb.net (1.1).
Any pointers or ideas? Reply Brad 30 May 2007 at 9am Brad - I think there might be a misunderstanding with what I said. I used the second part i.e VSWebCache\”, and it served the purpose in less time. Posts: 917 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts A copule things to check: 1) Is IIS running? 2) Did you install the Front Page Server Extensions? 3) Did you
Reply Thiago 10 February 2009 at 5pm You are a life saver, I sank a good 2 hours trying to figure out what was going on! Select it, right click, properties. So what? Thanks!
Posts: 30 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Unable to get project file from the web server? Does anyone please have a better idea how I can load this older project files in Visual Studio 2003??? Reply Brook Monroe 29 September 2007 at 10pm Deleting the file under Documents and Settings works, though. Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Aug 22, 2003,08:09 #1 thelyonken View Profile View Forum Posts SitePoint
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