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[ENG] Assign a Strong Name to an aspx page

Marco Barzahi [MVP Visual Developer - ASP/ASP.NET] Italian Version Have you ever tried to assign a  Strong Name to an aspx page? In this article we will try to find a solution that could not follow the standard guidelines. In this article I use also terms "mark" or "sign" an aspx page. We start defining a page  SignedPage.aspx like this: <%@ Page language= "c#"%> <%=GetType().AssemblyQualifiedName%> The page does not use  codebehind and it will be compiled in c# - but the choice of language/compiler is indifferent - and,  when the page works, it will emit its AssemblyQualifiedName .  This property will help us to know the name of the linked page class, its namespace, its assembly name with version, culture and PublicKeyToken. The PublicKeyToken  is the indicator; when the value is null it means the page is...

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