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Default Multiple codebehind files

Hi All,

During development of my webservice I am defining my webservice attributes in the entry point file (.asmx) as follows:

<%@ WebService Language="C#" Class="ClassName" %>
<%@ Assembly Src="Path to webservice .cs file" %>

The reason why I do it this way is because I do not want to keep compiling my source file during development. This works fine, but now I want to use methods within the main source file from another source file (.cs file) without compiling that file.

Does anybody knows how I can achieve this?

Thanks in advanced.

Electrical Engineer
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