Aspx designer file not updating
You either have to force migration of the project to the new system via an IDE, or handle the old system and make the migration optional - e.g. You have to update the project templates and samples, and you have to build a migration system that removes the designer files from the project and adds Generator metadata to existing files.In Visual Studio, if we add a Resource File (.resx) to a . Designer.cs" file is automatically generated and updated whenever the resource content changes. So I would like to stop the automatical generation for this file.The designer generated code is like this: private static global:: System. Resource Manager resource Man; private static global:: System. Performance", "CA1811: Avoid Uncalled Private Code")] internal Data Resource() /// But I don't want to use the generated code for accessing the values.The item is injected before the compiler is called, so is passed to the compiler - though it never exists in the project file itself.So how do the types from the generated file show up in code completion before the project has been compiled?So I dependently think the problem is related to the Telerik components. The problem is odd and could be due to a broken reference to the Telerik. Best regards, Rumen Telerik Rumen thanks for your answer. I have read the article but I didn't find a solution yet. I'm now sure that the problem is on my developer machine. We've had a similar report related to VS and TFS integration.By a colleague we have copied the solution and there the Telerik components don't disappears from the on his machine. The issue was different (fiiles were not being updated) but I will share the information with you in case it helps.
Try the following: 1) Click on the XSD file in the solution explorer 2) Click on the properties tab and check the Custom Tool Property. If it's not there, type it there 3) Once done right click the XSD file and click the menu item Run Custom Tool.Build-time code generation is a really powerful way to automate repetitive parts of your code.It can save time, reduce frustration, and eliminate a source of copy/paste bugs.Build-time generation, as used for XAML, is a better option in most cases.This article describes how to implement the same model used by WPF/Silverlight/Xamarin. First, you need a build target that updates the generated files, emits them into the intermediate output directory, and injects them to the set, so that it is incremental.