WCSF vs WAP

Topics: Web Client Software Factory, Project Management Forum, User Forum
Jun 12, 2007 at 2:12 PM
This may sound like a stupid question but here goes:

What are the differences between the WCSF and WAP and when would you use one over the other?
Jun 12, 2007 at 5:24 PM
There is no WCSF vs WAP.

You have to different projects formats for websites.

  • One is the Website prosject, where every file dumped into the folder the project resides gets to be a part of the project,.
  • The other is WAP, the old format for websites, that got lost in VS 2005, but regained its position in SP1. Web Application Project works like every other project, a file must be included in the project to be a integrated part of the solution.

WCSF can be either one of this solutions.

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Benny
Jun 12, 2007 at 5:28 PM
Yeah...just as you posted I found the article on MSDN...LOL.


BennyXNO wrote:
There is no WCSF vs WAP.

You have to different projects formats for websites.

  • One is the Website prosject, where every file dumped into the folder the project resides gets to be a part of the project,.
  • The other is WAP, the old format for websites, that got lost in VS 2005, but regained its position in SP1. Web Application Project works like every other project, a file must be included in the project to be a integrated part of the solution.

WCSF can be either one of this solutions.

Did this answer your question?

Regards
Benny