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  • Per Bolmstedt 3 posts 93 karma points
    Oct 03, 2018 @ 18:10
    Per Bolmstedt

    Setup Umbraco Cloud 7 as ASP.NET Web Application Project

    What's the process for setting up an Umbraco Cloud 7 site as an ASP.NET Web Application Project?

    The template created by the Umbraco-as-a-Service installers sets up an ASP.NET Web Site Project. Is this something you can safely convert to an ASP.NET Web Application? If so, how? Add a .csproj, remove the App_Code folder, add the NuGet references?

    Creating an empty ASP.NET Web Application works for on-premise Umbraco 7 sites, but can those safely be converted to Umbraco Cloud-ready sites?

    Is there an official howto for this?

    What's working for others?

    Please note, we have this working for non-Cloud Umbraco 7 sites. It's the "from UaaS installer to ASP.NET Web Application Project" process we don't know.

  • Per Bolmstedt 3 posts 93 karma points
    Oct 03, 2018 @ 19:55
    Per Bolmstedt

    Umbraco Cloud Support suggested using the "Migrate an existing site to Umbraco Cloud" guide to create a Cloud site containing the on-premise-style Umbraco site.

    The process would then be:

    1. Setup an on-premise Umbraco site locally (new ASP.NET Web Application etc)
    2. Clone a new Umbraco Cloud site to somewhere locally
    3. "Migrate" the new on-premise Umbraco site to the Umbraco Cloud clone using the "Migrate" guide
    4. We now have an on-premise style Umbraco (ASP.NET Web Application with Umbraco NuGets) ready to be pushed to the Umbraco Cloud environment

    Has anyone done this?

  • Per Bolmstedt 3 posts 93 karma points
    Oct 11, 2018 @ 07:29
    Per Bolmstedt

    It seems the marked-as-solution answer worked. We did these 4 steps and after some .csproj tweaking and reference fixing and binding redirect adding we have a working Web Application Project that can be pushed to Umbraco Cloud and works.

    So I'd recommend this approach to anyone not wanting a Web Site Project when working with Umbraco Cloud.

  • Dave Woestenborghs 3193 posts 10608 karma points MVP 4x admin c-trib
    Oct 11, 2018 @ 07:57
    Dave Woestenborghs

    Thanks Peter,

    This will be usefull.

    I just started having issues with Resharper in websites in VS2017. Especially in razor views. Eg. it can't resolve the @model keyword

    With web applications this is not an issue.


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