August 15, 2002 - Compiling Code Behind JScript .NET
August 15, 2002|
Compiling Code Behind JScript .NET
Tips: August 2002
Yehuda Shiran, Ph.D.
dllthat includes the compiled definition of the relevant class. When the .NET framework finds that the compiled version of the Code Behind is stale (i.e. the Code Behind source code changed after its last compilation), it compiles the Code Behind automatically. But you can also compile it by yourself, like this:
jsc /t:library /out:bin\codebehind.dll /r:bin\calcProxy.dll simpleCalcConsumerForm.aspx.js
/r:switch makes sure the
addWeb service namespace is under the
bindirectory. It is needed to satisfy the
import calcServicedirective. The binaries are going to the
codebehind dllfile. The following Command Prompt window shows the Code Behind and the response of the compiler:
To learn more about JScript .NET and ASP.NET, go to Column 115, JScript .NET, Part IX: Code Behind.