The symbol 'ClassName' is not referenced ERROR

I am using Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0
On the code below(code is part of a class)  If I right click on CCMReportSummary  and select "got to reference to CCMReportSummary "  I get the error "The symbol CCMReportSummary is not referenced"
If I do the same for CCMReportBrokerAscii it takes me to the definition of the class like it should.  It is only happening for the CCMReportSummary  class.
Does anybody has an idea why and how to fix the problem?   The project seems to build without problems.

Thanks,

Chicho


for (i = 0; i < m_listReportsSummary.GetSize(); i++)
    {
            

        CCMReportSummary *pSummary = (CCMReportSummary *)m_listReportsSummary.GetAt(i);

        if (pSummary)
            delete pSummary;
    }
    m_listReportsSummary.RemoveAll();

    for (i = 0; i < m_listReportBrokersSummary.GetSize(); i++)
    {
        CCMReportBrokerAscii *pBroker = (CCMReportBrokerAscii *)m_listReportBrokersSummary.GetAt(i);

        if (pBroker)
            delete pBroker;
    }
    m_listReportBrokersSummary.RemoveAll();
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jkrCommented:
Well, I wouldn't call that a problem. Delete the .ncb .bsc and .clw files (or better: keep a backup) or move them to a different location, then open your project again, thus rebuilding the information they contain.

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chicho12Author Commented:
THanks,
I think that worked.

Chicho
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