Last post Mar 23, 2014 10:38 PM by Rion Williams
Mar 23, 2014 03:28 PM|slb2012|LINK
I have an web application called "ItemsToGo" and I am trying to make some changes on the web application, I see aspx files but not aspx.vb files.
So how to bring back these aspx.vb files so I can make changes in the code.
Where are the aspx.vb files?
Please help. Thanks.
Mar 23, 2014 10:38 PM|dotnetzoom|LINK
I see aspx files but not aspx.vb files.
Website/web application needs only .aspx, .css and .js and any other related static files. It seems like you have access to the final website files from inetpub or virtual directory. Without having access to actual code files, you will not be able to make
any changes. You may be able to use
Reflector tools to view the code from compiled libraries(.dll) but copying the code into a different files could be a cumbersome task.
AFAIK, there is no other choice for you to request code files from the person whoever provided you the current set of files.
Mar 23, 2014 10:38 PM|Rion Williams|LINK
You should be able to see your appropriate ASPX.VB files if you browse to the folder that contains your application (Right-click > Choose "Open Folder in File Explorer) as seen below :
Alternatively, you could right-click your appropriate ASPX page and choose the "View Code" option to see your cooresponding code-behind :
You typically won't see the actual code files (ASPX.VB) within Visual Studio and the best way to access it is by simply using the option above (or the F7 hotkey).