What changed in CString, I can't seem to assign a literal?

I just moved from VC6 to VS.NET 2005 and CString seems to be a template now?   I tried the following:

CString myError = "Test";

and I get an error saying:

error C2440: 'initializing' : cannot convert from 'const char [5]' to 'ATL::CStringT<BaseType,StringTraits>'      

How should I use CString  now?  Any examples?

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mahesh1402IT ProfessionalCommented:
You can also do this.
CString myError("Test");
Also make sure your project setting as the preprocessor definition _AFXDLL
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