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VS 2005 ASP.NET applications and /bin/*.dll file(s)?

Where has the /bin directory with the *.dll file(s) gone in asp.net projects
in vs 2005?

I cant find any /bin directory in the projects - so how can I ftp a new
web/web-service to prod. server without the corresponding *.dll file(s)?

....
Finally I found a new item in the Build menu, "Publish Web Site".
Seems to this makes the files, but..!?
It makes only one dll file, always named App_Code.dll !?
How can i put different projects in the same application when they have the
same .dll filename?
That is not possible!
Do I have to drop vs 2005 and use 2003?

We use the same application for all projects because they share some session
values, there are different developers working on different systems, we dont
have access to the web-server to make new application directories.

May 26 '06 #1
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re:
Where has the /bin directory with the *.dll file(s) gone in asp.net projects
in vs 2005?
Initially, VS 2005 didn't use it. Then, its use by VS 2005 was restored.

You need to get up to speed with the Web Deployment Projects
and Web Application Projects VS 2005 add-ins.

Web Deployment Projects :
http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/re...structure/wdp/

Web Application Projects :
http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/re...structure/wap/

Once you learn how to use these new tools, you'll be OK.


Juan T. Llibre, asp.net MVP
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news:24**********************************@microsof t.com... Where has the /bin directory with the *.dll file(s) gone in asp.net projects
in vs 2005?

I cant find any /bin directory in the projects - so how can I ftp a new
web/web-service to prod. server without the corresponding *.dll file(s)?

...
Finally I found a new item in the Build menu, "Publish Web Site".
Seems to this makes the files, but..!?
It makes only one dll file, always named App_Code.dll !?
How can i put different projects in the same application when they have the
same .dll filename?
That is not possible!
Do I have to drop vs 2005 and use 2003?

We use the same application for all projects because they share some session
values, there are different developers working on different systems, we dont
have access to the web-server to make new application directories.

May 26 '06 #2

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