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ASP.NET Running 2 application on 1 domain

Posted on 2011-09-26
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Hi All,

I am just looking for confirmation on a query...

I have 2 applications running on 1 domain... 1 application in the root of the site and another via a virtual directory /2ndsite/.

Could you confirm whether the 2nd application would/cound inherit app_code classes from the root application by default, or as they are both seperate applications are they completely isotaled?

Thanks,

Rit
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Both are separate applications.
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I mean both are completely independent apps.
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Excellent, thanks.
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