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Test: Which one to use: Web Project or Web Site?

4. By default, if you used the Web Site option in ASP.NET to create a new web program, where will the solution file be stored?



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Correct Answer: In the users directory like C:\Users\Administrator\Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Projects\FirstWebSite
Explanation
In case of the Web Site, the solution file (e.g. FirstWebSite.sln) will not be in the root directory of the site (i.e. …\FirstWebSite). It will be in the Users directory like C:\Users\Administrator\Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Projects\FirstWebSite. This makes sense, because, you don’t need or want to copy the solution file to the production server. If it were included with the .aspx files, then you would have to consciously exclude that file when copying the entire directory to the server.
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