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Sorry if this is a dumb question; I seem to remember running into this problem some time ago, and I can't remember what the answer was :

I am working on an old ASP.NET 2.0 website that uses C# codebehind files.

I have tried to make some very basic code changes (i.e. fixing a typo in a programmatic error message) on my local copy of the webapp, but my changes are not being recompiled into the DLL.

After making the change in the .cs page, I click Build>>Build Page for both the .aspx and .cs pages. Still, the changes do not appear when I run the site on the test/local server.

The .cs pages uses "Codebehind="productdetail.aspx.cs"", which VWD reminds me is "no longer supported". Will the DLL recompile ignore my changes unless I rename Codebehind to Src? Edit: I have done that, still no recognition.

I used to use inline code for ASP.NET pages, and recompiles never seemed to be a problem. Seperate code pages, however, are presenting these problems.

Thanks for any advice!
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