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Test Your Knowledge: Understanding ASP.NET Directory Structure
Summary
Various subdirectories are used in a typical ASP.NET program. This is a test on the basics of various subdirectories.
 
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Two Sets of Directories

About the solution file

Understanding the directory structure

Figure 1. ASP.NET folders with special meaning

Generic Directories

Solution Directory

Base Directory

Custom Directories

Directories with Special Meaning

App_Data Directory

App_Code Directory

Theme Directory

Resources Directories

App_Browsers Directory

 
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