I've got a couple of developers working on an asp.net app using Visual
Studio .NET 2003. I've got a graphics person that needs to be able to work
on the aspx pages. This person is using Dreamweaver (if that makes any
difference). The source files for the app are kept in SourceSafe. I want
the graphics person to be able to pull the app out of SS and work on aspx
pages. He can get the files on his system, but if he tries to navigate to a
page (via http/a browser) I get errors that a class can't be loaded,
located, etc. I suspect the problem is, since he doesn't have VS, the cs
files aren't being compiled into a DLL in a bin directory as VS does
automatically for you.
So, the question really is, how can my graphics person pull the source files
out of SS and ultimately run the site? I thought that IIS (via the ASP.NET
engine) would compile them automatically for you, but that doesn't appear to
be happening. Does he have to manually (i.e. via the command line) compile
the app? Any help would be much appreciated.