[Mono-list] Re: CodeBehind tag from VS.NET
robertj at gmx.net
Wed Jul 6 02:52:35 EDT 2005
> Hi - I'm a little curious on this one... Microsoft VS.NET generates .aspx
> pages whose first line is similar to:
> <%@ Page language="c#" Codebehind="WebForm1.aspx.cs"
> AutoEventWireup="false" .....
> If I try to run this directly with mod_mono and Apache, I'll get a scary big
> Error message: Cannot find type WebApplication1.WebForm1
> Yet if I simply change the keyword 'Codebehind' to 'src', the application runs
> This FAQ says : "That [Codebehind] attribute is ignored by MS and Mono parsing
> code" - then why does the app run on IIS but not on Mono, if both
> environments ignore the tag?
Because Visual Studio compiles the codebehind file for you.
> It'd just be nice to not have to make changes to source to 'make it Mono
> compliant' since .NET should be .NET :)
You don't need to change the file containing the codebehind attribute.
What you have to do is: compile the codebehind file and put the assembly
into the bin folder of the ASP app.
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