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Posted on 2006-11-01
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Hi,

i am going deploy my aspx pages in my webserver.. unfortunately any user who can access webserver, will be able to view my aspx.vb code behind page using notepad.. So i need to decrypt my pages so that user wont be able to open it via notepad or ,NET ide.

I know in visual studio 2005.. my code behind pages will be like dummy file.. but i am using ,NET 1.1 and visual studio 2003 and how can i achive the above mentioed feature in .net 2003.

Niger
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Hi Niger

I'm confused!!!

If you have deployed the compiled code. how can anybody access the code-behind file?

anv
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HI

There is no need to publish your aspx.vb in your weserver. You just publish your ASPX pages and your DLL's that will work fine.

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Sorry lack of experince in we development..
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Thats fine..

even we used to ask such questions. :)
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by:Vivek Thangaswamy
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Ok

publish your compiled code and try.

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by:boy8964
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No one can see your code if you only upload .aspx pages not .vb pages. all your code have compiled into tp .dll file. so only upload .dll file and .aspx files!!!!!!!!!! forget your .vb files!
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