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Topic: Can we have multiple assemblies in a single web project?
Sachin Jain
11 Oct 2010 at 04:49 AM
Can we have multiple assemblies in a single web project?
Re: Can we have multiple assemblies in a single web project?
Gaurav
11 Oct 2010 at 10:54 PM
When you are working with web projects in Visual Studio and compile them, the result is, all your code-behind classes compiled into one single big assembly. This is fine as long as the web application is small and the development team is small (read 1). But like me, if you are involved with the development of a pretty large and dynamic web application with a medium-sized development team, then you probably know that compiling everything to a single assembly is a deployment hell. This is, of course, not due to the fact that the web application is in a single file but due to the fact that no one can be really sure of what that DLL is containing. Even if any type of source control is used, like Source Safe, it's near to impossible to determine what's in (or out) of the final build before production.
So, because of this, and because of the great support of compiling at runtime in the .NET framework 1.1, I decided to at least build some kind of demo project that could easily split up a project into the number of assemblies I found appropriate. If that means one .dll per aspx, then so be it!
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