Solution node does not appear in Solution Explorer (VS 2005 beta2)

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Solution node does not appear in Solution Explorer (VS 2005 beta2)

Postby cG51bmJl » Tue, 28 Jun 2005 07:04:01 GMT

Hi,
when I add a new project to a blank solution (or create a new solution from 
a template) the solution node disappears from Solution Explorer and only the 
project node is visible.
I am thus unable to add other projects to the solution.
The odd thing is that I once succeeded in creating a multi-project solution 
and I have no idea about what might have changed since that time.
Any suggestion?

Re: Solution node does not appear in Solution Explorer (VS 2005 beta2)

Postby Carlos J. Quintero [.NET MVP] » Tue, 28 Jun 2005 17:09:30 GMT

By default the solution node is not visible, but there is an option in the 
Tools, Options window to make it to appear. Also, I think that you can use 
some menu from the main menu (File menu?) to add projects instead of the 
context menu.

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"pnunbe" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > escribien el mensaje 


>> Hi,
>> when I add a new project to a blank solution (or create a new solution 
>> from
>> a template) the solution node disappears from Solution Explorer and only 
>> the
>> project node is visible.
>> I am thus unable to add other projects to the solution.
>> The odd thing is that I once succeeded in creating a multi-project 
>> solution
>> and I have no idea about what might have changed since that time.
>> Any suggestion? 



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