Yossi Dahan [BizTalk]

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Friday, June 16, 2006

Changing an underlying custom xslt does not cause a project to build

A side note:

When you have a map that uses custom xslt file and you make a change to the xsl the project is still being identified by Visual Studio as "up-to-date" and therefore when you will build it it will actually be skipped.

You have to select Rebuild from the Build menu (or the project context menu) to ensure your project is being built and the changes are reflected.

and I always forget!

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