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Naming Webclasses

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Is there a way to change the name of a webclass?  Mine are all webclass1, webclass2, etc.  
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You need to use the view object on the designers object in the project view.  The .dsr file.  Once you do that, the properties window will allow you to change the name of the class as well as the name used in the URL.
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by:Joe_Griffith
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Thanks, it works.  I don't really understand why the properties are not available by simply right clicking the designer and then selecting properties but at least I can do it now.
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