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BOOK: ASP.NET Website Programming Problem-Design-Solution
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Default missing project file?? >> PhilePageBase

Chapter 3 - solution, section: The PhilePage Class. Makes reference to a project being created called "PhilePageBase", but i don't see this in the example code. Though I do see the single PAGE (philePage.vb) included in the main project solution. Is this supposed to be created in a new "project" like the book says or no? Can i get away with just having it in the main solution? Should i create it in a new project anyway for consistency?


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There's a typo there. The project is named ThePhile, and the file is called PhilePage.vb, and the class is PhilePage. As you guessed, the main project includes this file - it doesn't live in a separate project.

You shouldn't try to create this whole project by following in the book because they didn't publish all of the code in the book. You should use the code download to see it all.

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Well actually i'm sort of doing both - recreating the project from the book AND from the example code. Only i am changing things slightly as i go along for use in my own project...

Thanks for the clarification on PhilePage...:)



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