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When designing a Web site, many developers group source files and resources in different folders. In most cases, the name of the folder defined to contain certain resources is unimportant, but some folder names are commonly used. For example, virtually any site has an images folder filled with pictures and graphics
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for the pages. Likewise, a Components folder is often used to group user and custom controls, helper classes, and the like. In ASP.NET 1.x, the xBin folder is for local assemblies that have application scope. ASP.NET 2.0 has a few new predefined folders, which the build system handles: Code, Resources, and Themes. Their content is managed by ASP.NET, which processes files and generates and links assemblies.
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The Code folder is intended for class files (.vb and .cs files), Web Service description files (.wsdl files), and typed data sets (.xsd files). All files are processed to generate classes and are then compiled to a single assembly. The assembly has application scope and is placed in an internal folder managed by ASP.NET. No dynamic assemblies are ever found in the Bin folder or anywhere else in the application s Web space. Any class defined in a file placed in the Code folder is immediately visible from any page within the application, regardless of the path to the page. You can also create subdirectories below the Code folder to better reflect the logical organization of the files. Note that all class files in the Code folder must be written in the same language be it Visual Basic .NET or C# because they re all compiled to a single assembly and thus must have a matching source language. To use different languages, you must organize your class files in folders and add some entries to the configuration file to tell build system to create distinct assemblies. Here s an example. Suppose you have two files named source.cs and source.vb. Because they re written in different languages, they can t stay together in the Code folder. You can then create two subfolders say, Code/VB and Code/CS and move the files to the subfolder that matches the language. Next you can add the following entries to the web.config file:
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<configuration> <system.web> <compilation> <codeSubDirectories> <add directoryName="VB /> <add directoryName="CS /> </codeSubDirectories> </compilation> </system.web> </configuration>
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Note that the <codeSubDirectories> section is valid only if it is set in the web.config file in the application root. Each <codeSubDirectories> section instructs the build system to create a distinct assembly. This means that all the
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files in the specified directory must be written in the same language, but different directories can target different languages. If WSDL files are placed in the Code folder, the build system creates and compiles a class that represents the proxy to the specified Web service. In ASP.NET 1.x, you have to reference the Web service and generate the proxy explicitly. A similar pattern is followed for XSD files. An XSD file represents the strongly typed schema of a table of data. In the .NET Framework 1.1, a typed DataSet must be manually created using the xsd.exe tool. In ASP.NET 2.0, all you have to do is drop the source XSD file in the Code folder.
The Resources Folder
In the Resources directory, only .resx and .resources file types are considered to be built for the resources assembly. Resource files provide for easy application localization. You create satellite assemblies with application resources (typically, images and text) specific to a culture, and the runtime does the rest, loading and using the right one. In ASP.NET 1.x, the developer had to create satellite assemblies manually. ASP.NET 2.0 parses and compiles resource files in the Resources folders. A simple naming convention is used to bind a resource file to a particular culture. A single file with no culture defined is the default or neutral resource file (for example, AppResources.resx). All other files that define culture-based resources embed the culture signature in the name. For example, AppResources.en-US.resx represents the American English version, and AppResources.it-IT.resx is for the Italian version. The Resources directory is compiled before any Code assemblies or ASP.NET assemblies. The resulting resource assembly for the neutral culture has application scope and is therefore referenced from other assemblies generated in the application. Satellite assemblies are generated for the additional cultures. All types defined in the resource assemblies belong to the Resources namespace and are static objects.
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