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Hi,
I'm experimenting with aspx. When I build a form with code-behind code it's
possible to run with a mouse right-click and menu 'view in browser'. A
browser window is opened within VB.NET. Works fine. But after making
adjustments in the vb file the changes are not available after again using
the view in browser mousemenu? Probably because of caching. How do I get
around that?
It does work using key F5, but that takes longer. I want to use the
'mousemenu browser'.
Thanx
Frank
Nov 20 '05 #1
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Changes in codebehind need to be recompiled. This is exactly what F5 is
doing before opening the browser.

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O/H Frank έγραψε:
Hi,
I'm experimenting with aspx. When I build a form with code-behind code it's
possible to run with a mouse right-click and menu 'view in browser'. A
browser window is opened within VB.NET. Works fine. But after making
adjustments in the vb file the changes are not available after again using
the view in browser mousemenu? Probably because of caching. How do I get
around that?
It does work using key F5, but that takes longer. I want to use the
'mousemenu browser'.
Thanx
Frank

Nov 20 '05 #2

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Hi Frank,

The view in browser is more for HTML.

For aspx pages and code you better can use the normal debug.

I am not sure what you do, when you start changing your source view in a
notebook is with view in browser the same as that you would do that with by
instance the microsoft site in a notebook, there is no effect at all.

Or another thing what can happen is, that when you are busy with view in
browser you use the page in cash, when you have made changes, than the
minium what you have to do is refresh (however when there are javascript
files in it, you should have to close it and completly show it in browser
again)

I hope I clear it for you with this a little bit?

Cor
Nov 20 '05 #3

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I got it, thanx for the quick response.
Frank

"Cor Ligthert" <no**********@planet.nl> wrote in message
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Hi Frank,

The view in browser is more for HTML.

For aspx pages and code you better can use the normal debug.

I am not sure what you do, when you start changing your source view in a
notebook is with view in browser the same as that you would do that with by instance the microsoft site in a notebook, there is no effect at all.

Or another thing what can happen is, that when you are busy with view in
browser you use the page in cash, when you have made changes, than the
minium what you have to do is refresh (however when there are javascript
files in it, you should have to close it and completly show it in browser
again)

I hope I clear it for you with this a little bit?

Cor

Nov 20 '05 #4

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