C designer file not updating

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.

The most common scenario for me is when I paste code in from another page.All of a sudden you notice that the page’s generated control definitions (in the .file) no longer update.You create new controls in markup or the designer and – they don’t show up in your code.This will automatically regenerate the dataset.or dataset.file.The next time you save the XSD file you should be able to see the dataset file, dataset.(or .vb) file, for your XSD.Just following the Android "Hello, World" tutorial, where it first introduces the Resource class in the "Creating String Resources" section: /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/External/xbuild/Xamarin/Android/Xamarin. (Hello_World_Android) Looking at the Resource.file, it has not been regenerated, it still has the default resources in there from the initial project creation. 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.The big problem for me is that when I paste between pages ASP.NET is trying to be helpful and add IDs for every server control it pastes into the new page even if that control originally did not contain an id. NET generates new ids for you and then fails to check the document if those ids already exist on the page.BTW, if you get the General Exception Failure dialog you may not be completely screwed either.Close the page in the markup editor or designer, recompile (errors and all) and then try again to Convert to Web Application.

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