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How best to introduce resources into a asp.net 2.0 project so RGreatEx can be leveraged?

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Hello MarkJM,

M> How best to introduce resources into a asp.net 2.0 project so
M> RGreatEx can be leveraged?

Is your asp.net 2.0 project "WebSite" or "Web Applicarion"?

For WebSite's.

RGreatEx supports a Resx files in the folder Global_Resources or Local_Resources.
Also you can add reference to any VB.NET or C# class library projects that
contains shared resources.

For Web Applicarion's an? other projects.

RGreatEx supports a Resx file if it is embeded resource and have the one
of following custom tools:
1. ResXFileCodeGenerator
2. GlobalResourceProxyGenerator
3. VbMyResourcesResXFileCodeGenerator
4. SafeResx from RGreatEx version 0.9.31

Best regards,
Alexander Nesterenko
Safe Develop Team


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Thank you for the response. I am using the version RGreatEx 1.0.1 and have found a small but critical bug.

Situation:
Web Site with multiple folders. RGreatEX is unable to find the resources if the source file is in a subfolder.

Steps to recreate:
Create a web site with default page. Add resource in the App_GlobalResources. Compile the application. Close application and reopen it. Add a label and resource to the default page. Use RGreatEx to move resouce to file. See that it works ok. Run application, see that it works ok. Now - Add a subfolder "sub". Add a page in sub with a label on it. Assign a string to the .Text property of the label in the Page_Load event handler. Attempt to use RGreatEx to move string literal to resource file. See that an error is raised, "...Supported Resources are not found in the project sub..."

If i should be posting to a different forum, please let me know.

- Mark

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Hi Mark,

Thanks for your feedback.
Now we working on the version 1.0.2. We must to resolve this problem in this
version.
Fot a next feedbacks use support email or support form on the site.

Thank you for the response. I am using the version RGreatEx 1.0.1 and
have found a small but critical bug.

Situation:
Web Site with multiple folders. RGreatEX is unable to find the
resources if the source file is in a subfolder.
Steps to recreate:
Create a web site with default page. Add resource in the
App_GlobalResources. Compile the application. Close application and
reopen it. Add a label and resource to the default page. Use
RGreatEx to move resouce to file. See that it works ok. Run
application, see that it works ok. Now - Add a subfolder "sub". Add
a page in sub with a label on it. Assign a string to the .Text
property of the label in the Page_Load event handler. Attempt to use
RGreatEx to move string literal to resource file. See that an error
is raised, "...Supported Resources are not found in the project
sub..."
If i should be posting to a different forum, please let me know.

- Mark

Best regards,
Alexander Nesterenko
http://www.safedevelop.com


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