[Mono-list] Mapping across application not allowed?

Carl Olsen carl at carl-olsen.com
Sat Jul 23 17:50:27 EDT 2005

I just tested it thoroughly and there's no doubt about it.  I create a user
control in the "/Controls/" subdirectory.  I create a page in the
"/Modules/Legislators" subdirectory and include the control.  I get an error
saying "Mapping across application not allowed."

I then create a page in the root directory and include the control.
Everything works perfectly after that - both pages display the user control
without any errors.

The book I'm using for my web site, "ASP.NET Website Programming" by Wrox
(ISBN 1-86100693-4) puts the user controls for the subdirectories into the
subdirectories and I was wondering why they put them there.  It's all
starting to make sense now.

Windows .NET doesn't care where you put them, but Mono is probably following
a stricter set of rules.


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instead of

hope it helps,


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