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Default Creating dll

I have a website name called website5.I want to know the path of dll after running the site.How to specify reference to nunit testing
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Old July 4th, 2008, 01:50 PM
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This is a "Web Site" project, versus a "Web Application" project?

A web site project doesn't really give you a packaged DLL that is easily used for unit testing. You'd be best served to use a web application project in which you define the assembly name and where it is compiled to (typically .\bin). Then you could reference that for testing.


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