Using .resx resources

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Building Controls' started by cpnet, Sep 26, 2004.

  1. cpnet

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    I've built a ASP.NET control that stores some info (an XSLT transform) in a
    ..resx file in the assembly that also has the control. However, I've read
    the following in MSDN documentation a few times, "Only .resources files
    should be embedded in common language runtime assemblies and satellite
    assemblies".

    VS.NET 2003 only seems to allow me to create .resx files so this is what
    I've used for my XSLT transform. Can I use the .resx file I am now? It
    seems to work? I'm not clear on why the MSDN docs say only to use .resource
    files, yet VS.NET only seems to create .resx files (and my project seems to
    be fine with .resx files)?
    cpnet, Sep 26, 2004
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  2. cpnet

    cpnet Guest

    ....never mind, I understand now... VS.NET compiles .resx files into
    ..resource files and embeds them into my assembly for me.
    cpnet, Sep 27, 2004
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