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Old October 9th, 2006, 05:37 AM
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Default Question for Chapter2 NameSpace and Fold structure

I just read through the chapter2 and I get confuse about the namespce and fold structure.
"ThePhile" supports to be the asp.net application we build; but what about the "Wrox", It is just a fold or a asp.net application. I saw the code for the book, it put the "ThePhile" application inside of the Wrox fold. But actually when we build a asp.net, we only can build asp.net application under the local host (for client pc). What's author point to have "Wrox" fold?
Futhermore, if we build ThePhile asp.net application, how do we use the Wrox NameSpace, I can not just copy the ThePhile application to Wrox fold, the Visual Studio.NET will give a error.
Anyone had idea about this!!!

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Unlike Java, namespaces in .NET have no connection to foldernames. We only line them up to make it easier to follow.

You don't have to worry about the folder as long as you set it up to work from a virtual directory named "ThePhile". And that virt dor must map to the main project directory, whatever you decide to call that.


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