Last post Apr 23, 2010 11:56 AM by the_menace
Apr 22, 2010 11:42 PM|the_menace|LINK
I have 2 separate projects in IIS. The structure in IIS has 1 project as the root destination, and the other project being a sub-project within that root. While these 2 projects resides in different locations, the root project seems to
override the dll's and the user controls of the sub-project. The httpmodule that we have intercepts URLs from the root project and directs it just fine to the sub-project. The issue however is the fact that, the sub-project seems to be overriden by the
base project's dll's including user controls.
An example would be, the 2nd project (sub-project in IIS) uses a class library that exists in its project itself, but I realized that once I copy that same DLL to the root project (main project), it works perfectly.
My question is, how do I keep these 2 project's independent of each other in terms of resources (user controls, DLLs, etc.) while using the HttpModule? Has anybody encountered such issue? Thanks all.
Apr 23, 2010 04:03 AM|hassanmehmood|LINK
Right click on your child prject in VS. You'll see an option 'Project Dependencies' in that menu displayed. I hope you can specify your required thing there..
Mark as answer, if it answers you..
Apr 23, 2010 11:56 AM|the_menace|LINK
The problem is, the projects reside in different solutions and they have separate builds. So they're pretty much unaware of each other's existence except in IIS when they're combined.