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Old July 19th, 2007, 03:29 PM
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Also, when you are working with the web site model page classes can't see other page's classes. I use a technique I call "strongly typed redirection" which requires compile time knowledge of other page classes. If I used a web site I couldn't use that technique. For large applications, this would make maintenance and feature additions very difficult.

I have a build system that uses the XML based project file to create file lists for automated compilation and deployment. If I used the web site model, I'd only have the source repository to work with. There would be no way to know what files should or shouldn't be included in a project build or deployment. Most developers are not so good about cleaning up source control when things get removed or relocated.

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Well, I had lots of fun on the dark side..... ;)

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Hi all,

Thx all for the reactions. I must say it's difficult for a beginning devloper to choose the good model. But as I said, I don't have a choice in this case. All things mentioned by you I indeed read in those links, but thanks for the help.

Gonzalo, my updatepanel is declared and use in my PageBase (a class library inheriting Page) in the WebUtilities Project, not in a page in the Web App project.

Originally I indeed tried to acces my custom classes in the Old_App_Code dir. And indeed it's just a dir like any other dir, the problem is that for some reason I can't acces those classes. Why? I don't know. So I wanted to put those classes in a seperate WebUtilities project, but that failes to its seems.

My method in this WebUtility class is:

Code:
public void CreateMessageAlertInUpdatePanel(UpdatePanel updatePanel, string message, string scriptKey)
        {
            System.Web.UI.ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript(updatePanel, this.GetType(), scriptKey, "alert('" + message + "');", true);
        }


And the compiler does not recognise this UpdatePanel, I asume because it's not a WebSite or WebApp with AJAX enabled but a simple library class project.

Thx for al response in advance!

Lawrence

 
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Ok guys, I should read more about "don't ask syupid questions".
I forgot to add the reference to System.Web.Extension.
Thx for all help, I have still a lot of issues with my migrating,
if I found a extra issue I REALY can't find on any forum or with google, then I come back here.

Cya all
 
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Imar, Always nice to find a nice and usefull explain about an issue :) thanks for your time..., also thanks Peter for your help too...and I'm happy that lawrence found a solution to his problem :)

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