<2017 October>
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
24252627282930
1234567
891011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
2930311234

On this page...

Search

Links

Member of...


ASP Insiders

MVP Visual Developer ASP/ASP.NET

Enter CodeZone

Blog Categories

Microsoft

Blogroll

Deutsche Resourcen

Management

Sign In
 

#  Wednesday, 10 August 2005

Sometimes, it might be handy to not have VS.NET pick a dynamic port each and every time it starts Visual Web Developer Web Server (aka ASP.NET Development Server or, as it was called back in the old days, Cassini). There is an easy way to get a fixed port when you press Ctrl+F5. First step is to select the Web project in Solution Explorer:

Next, go to the Properties window (DO NOT right-click and choose Property Pages - you will end up somewhere entirely different):

As you can see, I already switched "Use dynamic ports" to False, and in this case, I chose to stick with the default provided port number. When is this port-setting useful? When you automate tests, for example.

Categories: 2 Ohhhh | ASP.NET | Visual Studio
Wednesday, 10 August 2005 14:27:43 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)  #    Comments [0]

 



© Copyright 2017 Christoph Wille

newtelligence dasBlog 2.3.9074.18820
Subscribe to this weblog's RSS feed with SharpReader, Radio Userland, NewsGator or any other aggregator listening on port 5335 by clicking this button.   RSS 2.0|Atom 1.0  Send mail to the author(s)

 
Don't contact us via this (fleischfalle@alphasierrapapa.com) email address.