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Default Bin folder

I transferred all of my files from an old computer and now I have the wrong extensions in the bin folder this includes:

EntityFramework.dll.refresh
EntityFramework.SqlServer.refresh

where should the extensions point? where do I locate these files and is it possible that there are any other errors?

In the final version there is no bin folder. I'm a little stumped!
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Hi there,

The refresh files just contain information about where the assembly was originally found. For the 4.0 book, there was no Bin folder as all assemblies used were part of the standard .NET Framework.

Did you use a newer version of Visual Studio? If so, you might be using DLLs from NuGet for Entity Framework. The assemblies should be copied to the Bin folder when you recompile the web site. VS should notice that they are missing and restore them using NuGet.

Does this help?

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