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app_code folder question

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I want to create a class that my whole asp.net application can use,
sort of like how the App_Code folder works. But the problem, with
App_Code, is that it sits on the site root, so any changes you make to
it affects ALL the code in your site which might break production
code.

I would like to create two seperate App_Code type folders within both
my debug and release folders. Is that possible?

Jun 3 '07 #1
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Eggie then you can create another project and do you cs class thing in there
and compile it to an assembly
Patrick
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>I want to create a class that my whole asp.net application can use,
sort of like how the App_Code folder works. But the problem, with
App_Code, is that it sits on the site root, so any changes you make to
it affects ALL the code in your site which might break production
code.

I would like to create two seperate App_Code type folders within both
my debug and release folders. Is that possible?

Jun 3 '07 #2

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