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You can also copy a web site from within the IDE. The advantage of doing it inside the IDE instead of in Windows Explorer is that you have a lot more flexibility. Not only can you copy the site to your local file system, but you can also simultaneously create an IIS virtual directory or copy it to an FTP or remote web site over the Internet. In this example, we will copy the AdventureWorks web site to another web site, called AdventureWorksRevisited, in the same parent folder. There are two equivalent ways to begin the process of copying a web site from within the IDE. One is to click the Website Copy Web Site... menu item. The other is to click the Copy Web Site icon at the top of the Solution Explorer (see Figure B-6).
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Figure B-6. The Copy Web Site icon at the top of the Solution Explorer is a quick way to start the copying process.
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Either way you do it, the Copy Web Site window will open in the middle window of the IDE, as shown in Figure B-7.
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Figure B-7. The Copy Web Site window looks like this when you first open it. You use the Connect button to locate the destination folder.
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Appendix B: Copying a Web Site
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Click the Connect button, indicated in Figure B-7, to bring up the Open Web Site dialog box shown in Figure B-8. This dialog is used to select the target destination of the copied web site.
The screen shots in these figures were taken after most of the example web sites in this book were already created. Obviously, the folders you see in your file system will be different.
Figure B-8. The Connect button brings up the Open Web Site dialog box, where you choose the destination for the copy.
Notice the four icons down the left side of the dialog box. In Figure B-8, the File System icon is selected and the local file system is shown with the source web site initially highlighted. Clicking any of the other three location icons will replace the File System browser in Figure B-8 with the appropriate means of specifying the location. For instance, if you click FTP site, you will be offered fields for the name of the FTP server and login credentials.
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Because you want to copy the target web site to another location within the same parent folder, click that parent folder, LearnASP, and then click the Create New Folder icon, indicated in Figure B-9. This will create a new folder under LearnASP called WebSite, indicated in Figure B-9, ready to be renamed to something more meaningful.
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Figure B-9. In the Open Web Site dialog box, click the New Folder icon to create a new web site folder. You ll be invited to rename it immediately. A very common mistake to make here is to forget to select the parent directory before clicking the Create New Folder icon. Because the dialog initially opens with the source folder selected, this mistake will create the new web site folder as a subdirectory of the source folder, which is almost certainly not what you intended.
Replace WebSite with the target name in this case, AdventureWorksRevisited and tab off the menu tree. The new folder will be created and the full folder name inserted into the text box, as shown in Figure B-10.
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Appendix B: Copying a Web Site
Figure B-10. Open Web Site dialog box with the new web site folder created.
Click the Open button to select the folder you just created as the target. You will be brought back to the Copy Web Site window, similar to that shown back in Figure B-7, except now the target location will be indicated as the Remote Web Site, as shown in Figure B-11. Now you can select the items in the grid on the Source side of the window that you want to copy, which is typically all of them. Click the first item in the list, then hold down Shift and click the last one. When items are selected, the buttons in the middle between the two grids become active. Click the right-pointing arrow to copy over the selected files and folders. The finished result will look something like that shown in Figure B-12. The new web site has now been created and the contents copied over. To work on this web site, click Open Web Site on the Start page or the File Open Web Site menu item and select the new web site.
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