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Hi there,

Separate layers don't have to be in separate projects, although they typically are. By putting your code in separate libraries, they become easier to version, update and maintain. However, you could put everything in a single App_Code folder (if using Web Site Projects) or some other folder (when using the Web Application Project model) and still speak of a layered application.

The article series I linked to show how to do both. The 2.0 articles are using App_Code while the 3.5 articles use a separate App_Code folder.

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