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I having a little trouble understanding how everything relates to each other. Here's one example I hope someone can help me out with:

In chpt 5, page 166 is the following code (translated to vb.net):

Imports Wrox.WebModules.Accounts

        Public Sub New(ByVal userId As Integer)

            Dim moduleSettings As Configuration.ModuleSettings = _
            Dim dataUser As New Data.User(moduleSettings.ConnectionString)

            myIdentity = New SiteIdentity(userId)
            myPermissionList = dataUser.GetEffectivePermissionList(userId)
            myRoleList = dataUser.GetUserRoles(userId)

        End Sub

My specific question is the following line:
            Dim dataUser As New Data.User(moduleSettings.ConnectionString)

How does the code know where Data.User is?

I assumed it was the 'Imports Wrox.WebModules.Accounts' line but I can comment this out and it still recognizes the Data.User.

So how does the app know? Just trying to get a grip on this. Any explanation or overview is greatly appreciated. Thanks!

- Donald

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