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Copy Project Dialog Box

Visual Studio .NET 2003

Allows you to copy a Web project. You can copy to the same server or a different server.

Source project folder

Specifies the URL for the project to be copied.

Destination project folder
Specifies the URL to copy the project to.
Web access method
Determines what access mode is used to copy the project to the destination folder. For more information, see Web Access Methods.
  • FrontPage

    Indicates that you want to use the HTTP-based FrontPage Server Extensions to transfer your project files to the server. FrontPage Server Extensions must be installed on the server when this option is selected.

  • File share

    Indicates that you want to directly access your project files on the Web server through a file share; does not require FrontPage Server Extensions to be installed on the server.

    Path

    The physical location on disk where the files will be placed. Only available when File share is selected.

Copy
There are three options for copying files:
  • Only files needed to run this application.   Includes built output files (DLLs and references from the bin folder) and any files marked with a BuildAction of Content.
  • All project files.   Includes built outputs (DLLs and references from the bin folder) and all files that are in the project. This includes the project file and source files.
  • All Files in the source project folder.   All project files and any other files that are in the project folder (or subfolder).

See Also

<Projectname> Property Pages Dialog Box | Changing Web Project Access Methods

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