Hi @Pedro III ,
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To directly identify the project template used from an existing project in a solution is a little difficult, sometimes. One way is to match and check the <ProjectTypeGuids> tag in
.xxproj file(right-click the project > Unload Project > right-click the project again > Edit XXX.xxproj or open and view it from your project folder). For example if you see
60dc8134-eba5-43b8-bcc9-bb4bc16c2548, it represents
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), and
Of course, there are some indirect ways to identify the project type. For example, you can right-click the project > click properties > select Application and see(refer to) the related information, for example,
Output type -- Windows Application, Console Application, Class Library… Or you can find some related information about the project type from items, files etc. like XXX.svc file is a type of WCF Web Service type and XXX.asmx file is a type of ASP .NET Web Service type.
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