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Old September 5th, 2006, 12:48 AM
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Hi Friends ,

          I have problem regarding creation bin folder in ASP.NET 2.0 which includes .DLL and assemblies for deploying the website.Whenever , I am compiling and running my asp.net 2.0 application , it won't create bin folder in the application.And I want to create bin folder automatically , as like in .NET versio 1.1

Please, suggest me that , what's the solution of this problem?



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Hi ,
Bin Folder is required when There is references to external assemblies.If u add a reference, then Bin folder is automatically created . Try It

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Hi SriRamaKrishna,

                   Thanks for your helpful reply. But Can u tell me , As like in version .NET 1.1 bin folder is automatically created and our application's .DLL is created.In .NET 2.0 how the application .DLL is created , which we are going to use at the time of Deployment ? and where it is stored ?

        Please give me your suggestions.

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Hi ,
   As per ASP.NET compllation model , what is known as dynamic compliation is done.When ever a aspx page is requested , Runtime comiled the page and stores it in "Temporary ASP.NET Files" folder then serves from there.Bin directory is used for storing external references assemblies.
    U could even now copy the website folder for deployment(if there is no COM componant references).
   If u want to precompile the project , u can use msbuild from command prompt.


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 U should use aspnet_compiler.exe to complile all aspx files which can be used for deployment.

 


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