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Compilation of ASP.Net

When you navigate to an ASP.Net web application after a fresh compile of the
source, ASP.Net does the compilation of the intermediate language (IL). Is
there any way to directly launch this compilation without navigating to the
app (w/o navigating via code either)?

I'm getting a compilation error after building my website. I've been
getting this error for years, and have researched it before. On Microsoft's
website, it states that this error is BY DESIGN. So no point in trying for
a fix, so I'm building a workaround for it on our development workstations
and just performing this compilation should fix it...just need to know how
to kick it off (and it's probably not documentated).

Thanks,
Mythran

Jul 10 '06 #1
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Well, in 2.0 this is easy.

I take it you are familiar with all of these:
http://lozanotek.com/archive/2005/06/08/392.aspx
http://www.codeproject.com/aspnet/AS...recompiler.asp
http://weblogs.asp.net/jgalloway/arc...15/242677.aspx

but haven't been able to pull out anything useful from them?

Karl

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When you navigate to an ASP.Net web application after a fresh compile of
the source, ASP.Net does the compilation of the intermediate language
(IL). Is there any way to directly launch this compilation without
navigating to the app (w/o navigating via code either)?

I'm getting a compilation error after building my website. I've been
getting this error for years, and have researched it before. On
Microsoft's website, it states that this error is BY DESIGN. So no point
in trying for a fix, so I'm building a workaround for it on our
development workstations and just performing this compilation should fix
it...just need to know how to kick it off (and it's probably not
documentated).

Thanks,
Mythran

Jul 11 '06 #2

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