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how to copy entire Visual C# solution?


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#1 BobLewiston

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Posted 14 March 2009 - 11:17 PM

Is there any way to copy an entire Visual C# solution in such a way that it works? If you just copy it and rename it, it gives an error message that it's been renamed and therefore it refuses to work.

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Posted 14 March 2009 - 11:30 PM

Can you give an example of what you are trying to do? It is hard to give an answer unless I know what you are trying to do. For instance, if I just copy an event listener to another class in Visual Studio, it doesn't work properly. There are countless ways that things can get mucked up.

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Posted 15 March 2009 - 01:21 PM

I have a form containing a bunch of TextBoxes. Each time a new record is retrieved from an Access sample database, each TextBox displays the contents of a different column within that record.

Now I want something comparable using SQL Server. But my SQL Server sample databases have different tables than my Access ones.

While I'm concentrating on learning SQL Server, I want to keep the code as small and simple as possible, and I want to minimize the downtime for the code I "break" while I'm trying to port this thing over to SQL Server. So I just want to copy the whole solution to some different name so I can modify that new solution without breaking the old one, which of course I will from time to time be going back to to study in order to implement the new solution.




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