How to: Implement Applications on Application Diagrams
In Application Designer, you can generate a skeleton implementation of certain applications so you can continue defining them in code. You can perform this task by implementing the application if that application's type supports implementation. The skeleton implementation includes the appropriate project for that application and can include code or class files, configuration files, and any other needed resources. You can implement applications at any time. For more information about application types that support implementation, see.
If you want to implement ASP.NET applications that run using IIS on a local server or remote server, you must have administrator permissions on that server. Otherwise, Visual Studio will not implement the application. For more information, see. For other issues to consider before implementing applications, see .
The implementation process might take several minutes to finish depending on the number of applications that you select to implement.
To implement applications on the application diagram
Select one or more applications that you want to implement.
On the Diagram menu, point to Implementation, and click Implement Application. To implement all applications on the diagram, click Implement All Applications.
You can also select applications, right-click them, and click Implement Application. You can also right-click the diagram and click Implement All Applications.
The Confirm Application Implementation dialog box confirms the root project names and key implementation details. Any errors detected before implementation also appear in the dialog box.
In the Confirm Application Implementation dialog box, click OK to continue implementation.
In Solution Explorer, the corresponding projects appear in your solution. On the diagram, implemented applications display shadows. Any errors that occur during implementation appear in the Error List window. For more information, see.
When you implement Web services in Visual C#, the operations in each Web service class file include a throw statement so that Visual Studio can compile the generated code. Replace this statement with the method body code you need to implement the operation. For more information, see.