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I download nopcommerce for my online shopping websites.

but after open folder i don't know what to do with it so please help me how can i open it in vs2008 as well as how can i change in this source code.

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Running the site using Visual Studio (package with source code)

This step describes how to launch a site in Visual Studio. To run the site in Visual Studio, extract the full source code archive (.rar) to a local folder. Launch Visual Studio and select File > Open > Project/Solution. Navigate to the folder where you extracted the archive and open NopCommerce.sln solution file. Run Nop.Web project.

Note: Visual Studio Express users will see the following message when opening the Visual Studio solution (.sln) file: "Solution Folders are not supported in this version of Visual Studio. Solution Folder 'Solution Items' will be displayed as unavailable". Although this folder is not available in Visual C# Express, you can still build and run the projects.

ASP.NET MVC3 Tools are required or the Nop.Web project will not be loaded into visual studio

Getting the deployable package from a package with source code
Publishing nopCommerce using Visual Studio is unlike publishing a regular web application. Once you’re ready to deploy the site, follow the next steps:

Run the Prepare.bat file to build the project in release mode and move the plugins to the correct directory.
Run the Deploy.bat file to perform the same procedure as the Prepare.bat file, but also move all the websites and files to the \Deployable\Nop_2.X directory.
Select all the files in \Deployable\Nop_2.X directory and upload them to your web server.
This is how we get a “no source code” package.

Note: HP machines come preloaded with a registry key that will interfere when running the deploy batch file. You can find out more about this error here.


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