GlobalResourceProxyGenerator App_GlobalResources Visual Web Developer 2010 Express

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3/17/2011 7:24:22 AM
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Re: GlobalResourceProxyGenerator App_GlobalResources Visual Web Developer 2010 Express

you probably qualify to get Visual Studio 2010 Pro free via the Web Site Spark program.

Hope it helps,

Joe

7/25/2011 11:28:44 PM
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Re: GlobalResourceProxyGenerator App_GlobalResources Visual Web Developer 2010 Express

I know this forum has not been touched on for a while, but I also ran into this issue using Visual Web Developer 2010 Express. But I found a real easy work around doing some Google searches about the issue (interestingly enough, this forum thread comes up about third in the search results). But here is the solution that is working for me.

  1. Right-click on the .resx file in Solution Explorer and select Properties
  2. Change the Build Action to Embedded Resource
  3. Change the value for Custom Tool to 'PublicResXFileCodeGenerator'
  4. Enter your data into the .resx file

With these changes you are able to access values with an App_GlobalResources namespace like:

App_GlobalResources.GuestBookResources.SubmitButton

This allows you to mimic the Resources with just a little bit of set up for each .resx file and via App_GlobalResources namespace instead of Resources namespace.

Hope this helps others who enjoy using Visual Web Developer 2010 Express just like I do.

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