Visual Studio 2013, Visual COBOL 2.2
Please confirm as to whether this is expected or default VS behavior or not.
Assume a Native solution with two projects and a Managed solution with two projects
It appears that Visual Studio behaves differently on Native multi-project solutions vs. Managed multi-project solutions in respect to the following:
When you click DEBUG at the top menu of VS and then choose either Start Debugging or Start Without Debugging ...
on a Native solution, it will build only the first project (program) (the one designated as the start-up-project) of say, a two-project (two-program) solution, before it starts it,
whereas on a Managed solution, it will build both projects (programs or classes) of say, a two-project solution, before it starts it.
On both the Native solution and the Managed solution, the Configuration Manager has Build checked for both projects of each solution.