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Can I add an entire folder to my Web Application Project?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
Hi gang, I have been developing my first ASP.Net 2.0 website using the Web Application Project model. I ran into a funny problem and I wanted to bounce it off you guys. I started working with a component called FCKeditor that is an HTML javascript editor. In addition to a .DLL file, you have to add an entire folder of stuff including javascript, CSS, and images. I tried copying the folder as a subfolder under the project root and then tried Add / Existing Item to add the folder to my project, but you can't add folders, only individual files. Am I missing something? Is there a way to add an entire folder of content to my Web Application Project? Thanks,Kevin


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Introduction

First of all I would like to thanks Sean Ewington for his article Beginner's Walk for Web Development , which gives me a great opportunity to write some article for Beginner's on ASP.Net Web Development at CodeProject . After writing articles on caching and View State for beginners , I have decided to write a article on Asp.Net Application folder for Beginner's. But I will be back on rest of State management part . Like my others articles I believe this will also give you very good idea on Application Folder . Please give your valuable suggestion and improvement area that I can incorporate with this article and also on my next articles.

Overview ASP.NET Application Folder
ASP.Net 2.0 uses file-based approach. It's means all class files, resource files, Data , Folder are maintain in a hierarchical way. If we are working with ASP.Net 2.0 , we can add files and folder from "Add Items" Options. If we look at a sample application hierarchy , It will looks following figure.

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