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Old October 22nd, 2007, 03:28 AM
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Default architecture of project

i make a new web site and add new project classlibraryinto it and named it as test.datalayer
then i add new class library and name it as test.businesslayer
i added one more inbuilt folder in web site Bin

then i built project
i added reference of test.datalayer into test.businesslayer and after this when i add reference of businesslayer into web site then in bin folder both both business alyer and datalaer's dll added.

Now i can access classes of both businesslayer as well as datalayer in my web site which i donot want. i want only of business layer.

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