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Old December 21st, 2003, 01:25 PM
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I am having difficulties understanding the naming conventions for the folder and namespace structure that is mentioned in this book called asp website programming using c#

I have created two user controls, header and footer.ascx, they have a namespace of Wrox.ThePhile.Web.Controls.User.
Do i create a folder called Wrox\ThePhile\Web\Controls\User and place my two files inside?



I have to create a class library called cores. I am not quite sure in which directory to place this folder in.

The assembly name is Wrox.Webmodules.Core. Do i place the assembly in the webmodule directory?

I also have to create the class library called Controls that is part of the main solution. The name space is Wrox.ThePhile.Web.Controls
Once again i am not quite sure which directory to place this in.

Question is this the same folder that i place my two user controls in?

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I don't think your perception of Namespace hierarchy versus storing the files is correct.
The namespace hierarchy and the folder structure is totally different and they have no connection. It depends which folder you want to store them. You don't need to create a folder with that same name.

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Musa






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