asp.net 2.0 AJAX site deployment

H

Henok Girma

Hello, i have developed an AJAX enabled web app, but when i try to deploy it
on the production server, it craps out.. and it's a rather strange error i
get, and i have no were to go with it.

Compiler Error Message: CS0108: Warning as Error: 'ASP.default_aspx.Profile'
hides inherited member 'Default_Default.Profile'. Use the new keyword if
hiding was intended.

in the srouce error section, it shows

[No relevant source lines]


i'm not sure why the code gets compiled to begin with. i have pre-compiled
it on the development machine.

any help is greatly appreciated.
 
G

George Ter-Saakov

Most likely you have same code in default.aspx page and in your .cs file...
example
------default.aspx------
<script runat=server>
int Profile = 0;
</script>

--------default.cs----------
class _Default
{
int Profile = 0;
}

------------------------
That would do it since "Profile" defined in aspx page would hide "Profile"
defined in .cs file


George.
 
C

Cowboy \(Gregory A. Beamer\)

Same basic idea, but I would assume that this is a Membership Profile object
and he has a member called Profile. Renaming that member will help.


George Ter-Saakov said:
Most likely you have same code in default.aspx page and in your .cs
file...
example
------default.aspx------
<script runat=server>
int Profile = 0;
</script>

--------default.cs----------
class _Default
{
int Profile = 0;
}

------------------------
That would do it since "Profile" defined in aspx page would hide "Profile"
defined in .cs file


George.


Henok Girma said:
Hello, i have developed an AJAX enabled web app, but when i try to deploy
it on the production server, it craps out.. and it's a rather strange
error i get, and i have no were to go with it.

Compiler Error Message: CS0108: Warning as Error:
'ASP.default_aspx.Profile' hides inherited member
'Default_Default.Profile'. Use the new keyword if hiding was intended.

in the srouce error section, it shows

[No relevant source lines]


i'm not sure why the code gets compiled to begin with. i have
pre-compiled it on the development machine.

any help is greatly appreciated.
 
C

Cowboy \(Gregory A. Beamer\)

Assume you are using Membership bits?

If so, you have something public in default.aspx called Profile. Rename this
member and you should be fine.

Most likely, you are seeing this in the compiler, but it is a warning. Not
sure why it is showing as an error on the application side, but you might
not have everything you need to run AJAX on the server? Just a guess.
 
H

Henok Girma

Thank you guys, after digging further, i saw that i have warningLevel="4", i
changed that to 1 and it started working..

i did a quick search for something called Profile in the source codes of the
whole project and nothing came up.. but for now it's working by just chaning
the web.config compiler option..

Thanks for the help, ultimately you helped me solve it because you mentioned
that it should not be an error, but rather a warning.
 

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