Microsoft.WebApplication.targets file – download

Microsoft.WebApplication.targets file – download

Posted by richard | May 30, 2007 | Visual Studio 2005, Visual Studio ALM

If you’re building web applications using Team Build, you’ll often get an error saying that the Microsoft.WebApplication.targets file is unavailable.  In theory, upgrading to Visual Studio 2005 Team Suite SP1 on the build server should install it for you.  But I’ve now had two cases where it just didn’t seem to work.  finding it online is pain in the rump, and I’m always forced to find a machine that has it to copy it from.  Thus, as a service to the community (and my future sanity), here’s a copy for you to download.  Enjoy!

Microsoft.WebApplication.targets (4.28 KB)

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