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om 03-03-2004 06:26 PM

question from mike gunderloy's 70-305
 

Hi,

Could someone explain the example on "using Code-behind
with precompiling" (page 68 on que certification 70-305
training guide by Mike gunderloy)

the code calls for using the following command to be used
in visual studio.net command prompt inorder to compile the
code-behind file (TemperatureCB.vb)

the code goes like this..

vbc /t:library /r:c:\WINNT\Microsoft.net\Framework\v1.0.370
5\system.dll /r:c:\Wiint\Microsoft.net\Framework\v1.0.3705
\system.web.dll/out:bin\305c01.dll TemperatuerCB.vb

Not able to follow the above code..
Any explanation is appreciated..

-om

Sharmila 03-03-2004 08:08 PM

question from mike gunderloy's 70-305
 
Hi,

vbc :- is the name of the VB.NET compiler executable
/t:library :- tells the compiler we want a library
assembly
/out:bin/305c01.dll :- tells the compiler we want the
library in a .dll called 305c01.dll and to place the dll
in the bin folder
system.dll ,system.web.dll :- specified by /r -
specifies .NET assemblies (libraries containing classes
source file requires) as arguments to the compiler.
TemperatuerCB.vb :- is the code behind file that we want
compiled


>-----Original Message-----
>
>Hi,
>
>Could someone explain the example on "using Code-behind
>with precompiling" (page 68 on que certification 70-305
>training guide by Mike gunderloy)
>
>the code calls for using the following command to be used
>in visual studio.net command prompt inorder to compile

the
>code-behind file (TemperatureCB.vb)
>
>the code goes like this..
>
>vbc /t:library /r:c:\WINNT\Microsoft.net\Framework\v1.0.37

0
>5\system.dll /r:c:\Wiint\Microsoft.net\Framework\v1.0.3705
>\system.web.dll/out:bin\305c01.dll TemperatuerCB.vb
>
>Not able to follow the above code..
>Any explanation is appreciated..
>
>-om
>.
>



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