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Using an external namespace (C# class)

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Hello Experts,
I'm trying to use a C# class defined in an extra file aaa.cs inside several other bbb.asmx.cs files.
aaa.cs contains global functions.
I expect that it is related to using, alias and namespace.
But I didn't find a good and easy sample to understand that.

Thank you HStrix

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If you are using Visual Studio, yo need to include aaa.cs in your project.  Right click the project name in the soloution explorer and choose add - add existing item.

At the top of bbb.asmx.cs add a 'using' statement for the namespace defines in aaa.cs

For example if the namespace in the top of aaa.cs is defined as

namespace myAAANamespace

Then you need to put

using myAAANamespace at the top of bbb.asmx.cs

In bbb.asmx.cs You will then have access to the public class(es) defined in aaa.cs
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by:HStrix
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OK so far,
what do I need to do in the case that aaa.cs does not contain a namespace information.
It only contains a class statment 'public class myglob inherits page'.
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in that case the class is in the default namespace and should be accessable without a using statement
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just make sure you include aaa.cs in your project.
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aaa.cs (has class myglob) is now part of the project.
If I'm trying to use the method 'inaaa' in aaa.cs,
I'm getting the message that the method 'inaaa' does not exist in the class or namespace of myproject.bbb.
The project has as members bbb.aspx with code behind bbb.aspx.cs (has namespace myproject and class bbb).

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I got it to work.
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