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Jan 03, 2008 03:00 AM|LINK
Well, typically (and everyone, correct me if I'm wrong) you'd want to have your Web project contain the
controllers and views while your business logic and data access were in a separate project. You shouldn't need to reference the System.Web.Extensions from the business/data project. I'm not sure how to word this, but the business/data project
should be able to build and perform its job alone. Your Web project would need the reference to System.Web.Extensions (and your business/data project), the extensions reference is done automatically when you create a new MVC application in Visual Studio.