Select a Configuration to Upgrade Dialog Box
When converting a Web project from Visual Studio .NET 2002 or Visual Studio .NET 2003 to Visual Studio 2005, if the original project contains a custom configuration, the conversion process uses the Select a Configuration to Upgrade dialog box, which prompts you to select the configuration to which you want to convert your project. Your choice determines which project settings are used during conversion to configure the Web site to its new format.
To open the Select a Configuration to Upgrade dialog box
In Visual Web Developer, click File, and then click Open Project.
The Open Project dialog box appears.
Click the My Projects tab.
In the directory structure, double-click a project that was created with Visual Studio .NET 2002 or Visual Studio .NET 2003 that contains configuration properties that have been changed from the defaults. These properties were listed when you clicked Project, Properties, and then Configuration Properties.
Double-click the project or solution file.
The Visual Studio Conversion wizard opens.
Follow the steps in the wizard to convert the project. If the source project contains only the default build configurations (Release and Debug), the conversion process uses the settings in the Debug configuration and does not prompt you to select a configuration.
Select a configuration to upgrade
Specifies the configuration to which the project will be converted. For information about which settings are converted, see "Conversion of Configuration Settings" in Web Project Settings Conversion from Visual Studio .NET.