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How to retrieve lost ClassView info ?

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I lost my class view information. Apparently the information file was not accessible.  Can anyone tell me which file contains the classview info and if possible, how to reconstruct it ?  

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If you are programming with VC++ .ncb file contains classview information. Close DevStudio and delete this file. Then restart DevStudio. This file will be recreated.
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