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Changing an ASPX page without recompiling the web app

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I have a released web app where I have found a bug that can be fixed
simply by moving a JavaScript <scriptblock from the bottom of an ASPX
page to the top. Is it a safe/accepted practice to implement a fix by
replacing the ASPX file with a copy that is identical except for the
physical placement of the <scriptin the page source?

The web app is compiled against version 1.1 of the framework and the C#
codebehind files are not deployed with the web app.

TIA

Oct 24 '06 #1
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Yes that should be fine.

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Steve C. Orr
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<pa*********@i-stat.comwrote in message
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>I have a released web app where I have found a bug that can be fixed
simply by moving a JavaScript <scriptblock from the bottom of an ASPX
page to the top. Is it a safe/accepted practice to implement a fix by
replacing the ASPX file with a copy that is identical except for the
physical placement of the <scriptin the page source?

The web app is compiled against version 1.1 of the framework and the C#
codebehind files are not deployed with the web app.

TIA

Oct 24 '06 #2

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If you are not changing the code behind, there is no reason to recompile
your application. Compiling your project only compiles the code behind
files.

So you can update your ASPX page without bothering to recompile and replace
the DLLs.
<pa*********@i-stat.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@m7g2000cwm.googlegro ups.com...
>I have a released web app where I have found a bug that can be fixed
simply by moving a JavaScript <scriptblock from the bottom of an ASPX
page to the top. Is it a safe/accepted practice to implement a fix by
replacing the ASPX file with a copy that is identical except for the
physical placement of the <scriptin the page source?

The web app is compiled against version 1.1 of the framework and the C#
codebehind files are not deployed with the web app.

TIA

Oct 24 '06 #3

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