Last post Mar 04, 2011 04:23 PM by atconway
Mar 03, 2011 04:56 PM|Kevin Rossi|LINK
I'm new into this. I need to start a web application project (WAP), where I've to create some
custom page features involving ajaxtoolkit editor custom control and create pages on the fly.
I have to integrate/share this web application project(WAP) with another larger/parent web application project (WAP).
Any ideas about how to preeced with? should I be creating a shared library? or could I share dll into larger WAP? or ??
Any sugesstions would be appreciated.
Mar 04, 2011 03:13 AM|er.tushar|LINK
In the larger project, you can just add the reference to this project.
Alternatively you can create the dll and add the reference of the output dll in your solution.
Mar 04, 2011 06:21 AM|Kevin Rossi|LINK
Mar 04, 2011 04:23 PM|atconway|LINK
Typically the easiest ways to share common logic among multiple applications is to place it in a Class Library project (.dll), or to port it into a WCF service that can be accessed in a variety of ways. It sounds like in your scenario you might just want
to add a Class Library project to your application and place the common logic in there. Once built you can share the .dll to be referenced by other projects.