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06:22:06.9093: Referenced file '~/Scripts/_references.js' not found.

06:22:06.9093: Referenced file '~/Scripts/_references.js' not found.

06:22:06.9093: Referenced file '~/Scripts/_references.js' not found.

(OP)
Hello

I am getting an odd message in Visual Studio 2013:

06:22:06.9093: Referenced file '~/Scripts/_references.js' not found.

I am, in fact, looking at that very file in Solution Explorer now.

How best to correct that message, please?

Thanks

RE: 06:22:06.9093: Referenced file '~/Scripts/_references.js' not found.

look at the code that is referencing that file
make sure you have the correct relative path, or absolute path

RE: 06:22:06.9093: Referenced file '~/Scripts/_references.js' not found.

Hello

You can use this tips on your webpage

CODE --> aspx

<script type="text/javascript" src="<%# this.Page.ResolveUrl("~/js/jquery-1.8.2_min.js") %>"></script> 

and in the behind you need to add this on the page load , to work well

CODE --> c#

protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    this.Page.Header.DataBind(); // NOTE: this resolves any <%# ... %> tags in <head>
} 

thanks
Oliver

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