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I have a web application in which when I use the publish feature in Visual Studio .It currently creates a single dll for the whole project(.csproj). How do I make it produce a .dll for each code-behind page in the project?  I have seen these deployments where they normally have a weird guid like id attached to the name of the dll for each page. How to do this?
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Question by:jazzcatone
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To create a precompiled web (which is what you seem to be looking to do) go to Build>Publish Web Site
Then choose "Use fixed naming and single page assemblies"

Choose your output directory. Screenshot attached.
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"Use fixed naming and single page assemblies" Option will allow you to have separate dlls for each code behind file, But that is applicable to only website.

For web application you won't have such feature.

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