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Old November 19th, 2005, 11:42 AM
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Default VS changes Inherits automatically in ASP.NET

When working with VS together with ASP.NET there is some interaction between the .aspx file and the code-behind. The class of the Page_Load method normally inherits from the the Page class, but I have put another class in between.
Class1 : Class2 : Page
My Page_Load method is in Class1. The problem is that VS keeps changing the Inherits attribute in the .aspx file to Class2. How can I prevent this behaviour? It is driving me crazy... that is, more crazy than currently.

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C# doesnt allow multiple inheritance. didnt your page give a compile error?

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I am quite aware that you cannot do multiple inherritence by specifying something like this...
public class MyClass : Base01, Base02, Base03
... as in other languages, but it is possible to do a chain of inherritence, which was what I tried to describe using my psudo notation.

Therefore, I have this chain of inherritence, and VS.NET keeps changing the value of the attribute on the aspx page telling which code-behind class to inherrit. I have solved the problem by making the aspx page readonly. It patches the problem, but I guess it doesn't solve it.

Thanks anyway,

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