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Hello,

VB files in the Code folder; shouldn't those be compiled when I select "Build Web Site"? I don't see anywhere where the appropriate DLL files are created.

I read that you don't necessarily need to compile code in the Code directory; however, I'm trying to create a custom provider through code (site map), and need to specify a DLL library, as such:

<siteMap defaultProvider="Test" enabled="true">
<providers>
    <add name="Test" type="Test.Providers.DbSiteMapProvider"></add>
</providers>
</siteMap>

The DbSiteMapProvider class is under namespace Test.Providers.

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