Hello, Asp.Net newbie here. I posted an earlier question about missing codebehind files, which I have since had answered.
I have an Aspnet 1.x website with .aspx and .dll files on the server, but not codebehind files or source code available from the previous developer.
I have used Lutz Roeder's Reflector program to decompile the .dll, and now I can see all the juicy codebehind for each of the pages of the website.
My question now is this:
I want to make some minor changes to validation code. Can I take all the VB code reconstructed by Reflector, pour it into a new Codebehind page with the changes I want to make, and recompile just that page?
This seems pretty straitforward, but I want to be sure I am not about to screw something up. Will I need to reconstruct all the VB codebehind pages for the whole site for it to recompile, or is one page ok?