Designer file not updating visual studio

13-Feb-2015 08:46 by 4 Comments

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This option when checked adds ids to any server controls that get pasted without them. Fixed problem by removing or setting onclick property.2.

If pages have errors in them that causes the markup to not compile properly mostly due to naming conflicts or full markup failures you can use this same process to fix pages – one at a time if necessary.

Specifically WAP pages look at the page markup and then build the .(.vb) file.

If there’s a problem in your codebehind with controls not showing up as above the problem usually is that the designer file is empty (if the page was created new with an error) or not updated again.

Raise your hand if this has happened to you (i know it has to me a LOT of times recently): You’re working on a Web Application Project (WAP) page in markup and you paste in some code from another page.

All of a sudden you notice that the page’s generated control definitions (in the .file) no longer update.

The most common scenario for me is when I paste code in from another page.

For example I have a nearly standard header that I use on some pages that contain common toolbar buttons.

The user control tag becomes the focus of the error after pasting it onto the parent page, rather then the real problem, because yet again, the designer reference has not been created.

This one is also the main reason when you try to type the tag for the user control and the tagprefix doesn't list in the intellisence.

I’ve never converted a site to WAP that just worked – usually there are a few oddball pages that require manual ‘intervention’.

This is a nasty problem but also one that is to a degree self-inflicted.

If you just use the designer to create new pages it’s unlikely that the WAP codebehind generation will get munged up.

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