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Figure 48-2: The Visual Studio File System Editor window Note that the CTempSetup project file is now selected in the Solution Explorer window, and its properties are viewable in the Properties window. The File System Editor window that is displayed in the main workspace area of the Visual Studio window models the file system of a target computer. But instead of using specific folder paths (such as c:\inetpub\wwwroot), the File System Editor uses abstract names (such as Web Application Folder) to represent file deployment locations on a target computer. This ensures that no matter where folders are located or what they are named on a target computer, your files will be installed where you expect them to be. For example, the virtual Desktop folder can be used to install files to the Desktop folder on a target computer. Using the File System Editor, you specify the files that you want to include in the deployment and where they should be located on the target computer. For more information about the File System Editor in Setup and Deployment Projects, refer to the Visual Studio documentation. Now that you have a brief overview of the File System Editor, let's continue the construction of the Web Service Setup project: 1. Select the ProductName property in the Properties window and type CTemp Web Service. This property specifies the product name that will be displayed during the setup process when the setup file is executed. 2. Select the Web Application folder in the File System Editor window. 3. Add the appropriate project files from your CTemp Web Service to the File System Editor.Choose Add from the Action menu and then choose Project Output from the submenu. This displays the Add Project Output Group dialog box shown in Figure 48-3.
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