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8/14/2015 11:57 AM
 

Hello.

 

I have a project in which I've got three use cases: add object, list objects added, and show an specific object.

Well, I use DNN for the first time, and I searched for tutorials that guide me through the module development and I could get something.

I created three modules, one for each use case, it works fine, but my question is: how can I get common classes between the modules?

If I create a class named Class1 in Module1, how can I use this class in the Module2? How can I get a reference for this class?

 

Thank you.

 
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8/15/2015 9:28 AM
 
usually you would use a single module with multiple views, see e.g. Module Template from Chis Hammond on Codeplex.
to share code between multiple modules, you may use a library module.

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Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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