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Everything works when I compile the application, even when I launch it from Visual Studio (Shift+F5). When I precompiled the project (updatable), the page gives the error.
An page from the subfolder "admin" includes a user control from the subfolder "common". NET 1.1 to 2.0 and found one big problem which stops the whole process.Both subfolders ("admin" and "common" are in the root).root - admin -- aspx page - common -- user control The page works well when started from Visual Studio, but when the project is precompiled for deployment, the next error occurs: "The base class includes the field 'Web User Control1', but its type (common_Web User Control) is not compatible with the type of control (ASP.common_webusercontrol_ascx)" I tried to use "Reference" in the page, but that doesn't work. Hi Net, Could you post some sample code of how the user control is being referenced? Are you programmatically referencing it, or simply declarating and using it on a page?Lastly -- does it work when you compile and run in Visual Studio? Thanks, Scott Hello Scott, Thank you for the reply.I don't use it in the code, just declare it in the way (declaration, usage): ------------------------------------------ Register Src="../common/Web User Control.ascx" Tag Name="Web User Control" Tag Prefix="uc1" ...
uc1: Web User Control ID="Web User Control1" runat="server" ------------------------------------------- (I removed some symbols to make the code appear).
I also tried to include "Reference" directive at the page top, but that didn't work.
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