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Organize the learning projects and samples


This article explains how to organize the learning projects from this tutorial.


We will be doing several small and large sample ASP.NET projects part of this tutorials. Let us organize all the sample projects into one folder.

Create a folder called "AspSpider" in your C:. This will be the place where you will do all your learning projects from this site. When you create a new project, make sure it is stored under the folder C:\AspSpider.

Optional steps when use Visual Studio.NET



The below steps are applicable only if you are using Visual Studio. You can skip the below steps if you are using Visual Web Developer Express (VWD)

When you create a new ASP.NET project, first create a folder under C:\AspSpider with the folder name same as the project name. Then make the new folder a virtual folder. This will ensure that VS.NET will create the project within this new folder and put all the files under this.

When you create a new ASP.NET project, VS.NET will look for a virtual directory with the name of the project. If it finds one, it will copy all the files under this. If it cannot find a virtual directory, it will create a new folder with the project name under C:\Inetpub\wwwroot and make it a virtual directory.

For example, assume you are creating a project called "AddressBook" using VS.NET. First, Visual Studio will search your system to find if there is already a virtual directory called "AddressBook". If it finds one, it will create the project within this folder. If it cannot find one, it will create a new folder called "AddressBook" under C:\Inetpub\wwwroot.




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