Missing / Corrupt *.aspx(/ascx).Designer.cs file

I had a weird error today about not being able to “connect to the designer.cs” file for one of my pages.  I easily fixed this by just deleting the offending designer file and re-generating it.  Apparently it should auto regenerate just by opening the page in the design view and changing something- but this didn’t seem to work.  I had to right click the aspx file and click “Convert to Web Application” which instantly dropped a new designer.cs file back in there.

Incidentally this is my 100th blog post on here! :)


  1. #1 by Gail on June 15, 2010 - 19:40

    Thanks for the tip! I had added some existing controls from a website project to a web application and was wondering how to generate the designer files. Your post answered my question.

  2. #2 by shawson on June 16, 2010 - 15:47

    Glad to hear :)

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