Sunday, May 23, 2010

These files are just in time (JIT) compiled --- so they don't exist until you
run the app. The way I do this is:

  • Load the application (in 2.0 each page is it's own assembly by default, so
    browse to the page you wan to see)

  • Open: C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temp orary ASP.NET Files

  • Open the folder that's the same name as web project

  • Open whatever folder you find twice (not the _shadow). mine looked like 5365350a\c79f3d9b

  • Then you'll see a bunch of dll's name something like App_Web.asldjkasldj.dll

  • Use any Reflector(like .NetReflector), and open each one up until you see your file. You should see an ASP and _ASP namespace.



C# fast-food by:
Eng.Waleed abou-zaid
Senior Software Developer
Harf Information Technology
MCSD.Net,MCAD.Net,MCP,A+,N+ certified


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