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RE: Subversion, Soure Control And Web Services

From: Kevin Williams <kevin_w69_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-04-29 23:24:16 CEST

I move my newly created ASP.NET app files to the folder I want, then correct
the virtual directory path in IIS to point to the new location. It *might*
(I haven't tried it) be possible to create the disired virtual directory
ahead of time, pointing to the disired location in the file system, then
have VS.NET connect to that.

>From: "Brian Beaudet" <bbeaudet@efficiencylab.com>
>Reply-To: <bbeaudet@efficiencylab.com>
>To: <users@subversion.tigris.org>
>Subject: Subversion, Soure Control And Web Services
>Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2004 14:34:51 -0400
>Here's a question regarding where to store web service source code if
>the code is stored in the InetPub/wwwroot directory in a virtual
>directory. I'd prefer to keep my source code in my typical working
>directory on my D: drive along with my other application types (windows
>apps, etc.). However, VS.NET automatically creates a virtual directory
>and places all of my initial code in this virtual directory. So, I'm
>asking the VS.NET folks who use Subversion how they work with web
>services? Do you move the files to your local workspace or do you keep
>them where VS.NET put them?
>Brian M. Beaudet
>Director, Research & Development
>EfficiencyLab, LLC

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