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.NET References

I have been modifying code directly on the web server (.aspx.vb and .aspx files) until now and it has worked. However, I have run into a problem now. I have to import a namespace in VB which requires me to add a Reference (using right click -> Add Reference -> .NET ->...). How do I do this on the web server directly? I am able to locally develop and test and everything works correctly.
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perlwhite
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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
Why would you be working on the web server directly? (I certainly hope you are not working in a production environment!)

Nevertheless, if a reference is required, then you are going to have to recompile the application with the new reference. While you can do this from the command line using the compiler directly, I would highly suggest that use Visual Studio to do the compilation.
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