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DIANE asked on 05 Jul 2012, 04:47 PM

I am using Telerik JustDecompile to obtain the source code of the application. I want to make certain the C# 2010 web form source code matches what is really in production.

I am getting the Telerik JustDecompile to work correctly for app2.dll that is in the bin directory of the installed application.

However when I point Telerik JustDecompile to the app1.dll in the bin directory of the installed application, I really get the code for app2.dll. (Note: app1.dll is the main 'project folder' for the application.)

I do want to mention that if I point Telerik JustDecompile to the code that I want to compare against in the followibng directory path, C:orig_code\app1\obj\Release for app1.dll, I obtain the code I want to see.

Thus can you tell me where I need to Telerik JustDecompile for app1.dll so that it will decompile the installed code for me?

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Nikolay G Rusev
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answered on 10 Jul 2012, 11:18 AM
Hi Diane,

 Do you obtain the source code via 'Create Project'? If so then the problem might be that you have not selected the correct assembly from the tree view on the left. When you load an assembly, for which you want to generate a project, be sure to select it before going to Tools -> Create Project.
If this doesn't solve your problem, can you give us some more details on how to reproduce it?

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Nikolay G Rusev
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