value of type "MyNamespace.MyClassName" cannot be converted to "MyNamespace.MyClassName"

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Mike Schnorr, Jun 25, 2004.

  1. Mike Schnorr

    Mike Schnorr Guest

    I have a ASP.Net application that uses assemblies from several other
    solutions. When testing the applications on my machine I build all the
    referenced assemblies using nmake. The latest assemblies get placed in
    a common directory that is referenced by my ASP.NET app.

    Occasionally I receive the following error: value of type
    "MyNamespace.MyClassName" cannot be converted to
    "MyNamespace.MyClassName" (there are a lot of these for different
    classes) when doing a debug build. I have tried the following with no

    Build the ASP.Net application
    Rebuild the ASP.Net application
    Close VS and build the ASP.Net application
    Close VS.Net as rebuild the asp.Net application
    IISreset and build/rebuild the application

    It seems the only thing that works is if I run nmake to build all my
    referenced assemblies, I can then build the ASP.Net application.

    Any ideas as to what causes this? Is there an easier way to fix it?

    Mike Schnorr, Jun 25, 2004
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