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After creating the solution, you can add projects to the solution to complete the basic outline of your application This provides a high-level view of your entire application and its components
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To add a project to a solution: 1 Right-click the solution in Solution Explorer, and select Add | New Project from the context menu, or select File | Add | New Project from the main menu bar The Add New Project dialog appears, similar to Figure 31, but without the option to create a solution
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NOTE: If you have only one project in the solution and you don t have the Always show solution option set, you will not see the solution in Solution Explorer
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2 Select the desired template 3 Enter the project name Use standard naming conventions for your project name One recommended standard is to use an abbreviation of the application name with a suf x de ning the type of project For example, you could name the Purchase Tracker Business Object project PTBO Another standard, especially if you are building products, is to use the companyNamecomponentName convention For example, if you worked for a company named InStep, you could name the component InStepPurchaseTrackerBusiness or a shortened form of that, such as InStepPTBO 4 Select the desired location for the project This defaults to the appropriate directory based on the solution location
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NOTE: Visual Studio creates a directory in your computer s file system for each project If you created a directory for the solution, as shown in Figure 31, each project directory is created under the solution directory This establishes a directory hierarchy in your file system similar to the hierarchy depicted in Solution Explorer
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5 Click OK Visual Studio creates the project, and it appears in Solution Explorer
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For the Purchase Tracker sample application: Add a project to the solution for the business logic layer using the Class Library template Name the project PTBO Add a project to the solution for the data access layer using the Class Library template Name the project PTDAC The solution and your three projects appear in Solution Explorer, as shown in Figure 36
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The basic outline of the application is represented in Solution Explorer
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Since this book is about Visual Basic, all the components in this book are Visual Basic projects But they do not have to be You can mix and match projects in different languages For example, you could build a data access component in C# and other projects in VB and still include all of them in the same solution However, you cannot mix project items within a project, meaning that a Visual Basic project can contain only Visual Basic code les, and C# projects can contain only C# code les If you are working on an application with many projects, another feature of a solution is the ability to de ne solution folders Solution folders allow you to organize related projects into groups This makes it easier to manage the projects in Solution Explorer To add a solution folder to a solution, right-click the solution in Solution Explorer and select Add | New Solution Folder from the context menu The new folder appears in Solution Explorer You can drag and drop projects into and out of solution folders to change the organization of your projects
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NOTE: Creating a solution folder in Solution Explorer does not create a directory in your computer s file system So if you want the directory structure on your computer to match the folder hierarchy in Solution Explorer, you need to manually create directories on your computer for any solution folders you create in Solution Explorer
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When you are nished adding all the projects, and optionally solution folders, to the solution, you have a high-level view of all the components of your application You can then add project items, as described in the next section, to steadily build your application until it is complete Sounds easy, doesn t it
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