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I have a ASPX page with a code behind. Is there a way of changing the
codebehind and compiling it on the server without affecting other pages. I
don't want to recopy the project from my local machine as it will overwrite
front end stuff. I thought you didn't have to recompile when you changed the
file or is that just when there is only a single page and no aspx file. I
had a few weird things happen when I logged into the web project and tried
to recompile it. It was like it was replacing the new stuff with a copy from
somewhere else (don't ask!!!). I can phsyically access the server so a
manual compile with vb.exe of code behind is possible but will it work?
Regards, Chris.
Nov 18 '05 #1
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all you have to re-upload is the .DLL file and that one .aspx (if something
in the html view changed).

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I have a ASPX page with a code behind. Is there a way of changing the
codebehind and compiling it on the server without affecting other pages. I
don't want to recopy the project from my local machine as it will overwrite front end stuff. I thought you didn't have to recompile when you changed the file or is that just when there is only a single page and no aspx file. I
had a few weird things happen when I logged into the web project and tried
to recompile it. It was like it was replacing the new stuff with a copy from somewhere else (don't ask!!!). I can phsyically access the server so a
manual compile with vb.exe of code behind is possible but will it work?
Regards, Chris.

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