Can you add an uncompiled file to a compiled ASP.Net application.

Posted on 2007-10-12
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
Is it possible to replace a single compiled .aspx file inside a folder full of compiled files with an uncompiled one?  This would make things easier for me to debug at a remote site.

I tried replacing the file and deleting (renaming, actually) the .compiled file inside /bin, but it just caused an error 'File has not been pre-compiled and cannot be requested'.  To be honest, I wasn't surprised, and I expect that it can't be done, but I would like to ask anyway.
Question by:LeeDerbyshire
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    The short answer is no, once you make the move to using compiled sites all files within must be compiled
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    I guessed as much.  I was hoping for a devious hack of some kind.

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