I have been asked to make some changes to a website developed by someone else and it has a lot of unfamiliar stuff going on.
In the first place, the website has some strange file types: csproj, csproj.user and .designer.cs.
Second, there is a folder under the root folder called Datalayer. I have been making changes to code in files in this folder, but my changes are not being implemented when I build and run the website. Instead, it seems to be using some pre-compiled version of these. Many of the aspx.cs pages have a line at the top:
There is also a /bin folder under the root folder, which contains a .dll file and a .pdb file for the website. There is also a /obj/debug folder, also containing a .dll file and a .pdb file for the site.
Finally, when I try to build, I get loads of these cryptic warning messages:
Warning 1 The type 'OceanLED.DataLayer.WarrantyClaim' in 'C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\OceanLED\DataLayer\WarrantyClaim.cs' conflicts with the imported type 'OceanLED.DataLayer.WarrantyClaim' in 'C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\OceanLED\Bin\OceanLED.dll'. Using the type defined in 'C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\OceanLED\DataLayer\WarrantyClaim.cs'. C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\OceanLED\DataLayer\WarrantyClaim.cs 287 17 C:\...\OceanLED\
How do I get it to use MY code.
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