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Is it something wrong to have a namespace


Hi All,

True that I am too late to start a project with ASP.NET 2.0.. I am just
struggling a bit at the start here.. I have a post here already on a similar
topic.. but I thought to have a fresh question..

Is it not recomended/ not needed to have a namespace for web pages in a
ASP.NET web site project??

Thanks,
Nirosh

Nirosh,

It is not needed at all.  When you add a new page, control, etc, Visual
Studio gives it a unique name based on the filename under the covers.
Visual Studio also creates a root namespace to apply to the project.

Hope this helps,

Steve

"Nirosh" <Nir@News.Com> wrote in message

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Nirosh,

Also, if you wish to view the namespaces set up, you can do so in
Intellisense.  All ASP.NET web site projects start with the namespace
Global.

Start typing "Global." and "Global.ASP." and you should see the class
hierarchy in Intellisense.

Hope this helps,

Steve

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