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Go to Code Definition

Can anyone explain why when I right mouse click a class and select Go to Definition, visual studio shows me the class that is stored in meta data, for example.

User currentUser - this class is located in ObjectManagement project in a class call UserManagement.cs but the class it displays is User[from metadata]

need some help on this one quickly please!!


Wayne
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Sam_JayanderCommented:
Hi,

does UserManagement.cs  belongs to the same project??

--Sam.
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wathertonAuthor Commented:
yes I have five projects 4 library classes and 1 web class, all roled into one Solution as this is vs2005
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wathertonAuthor Commented:
The usermanagement class is wrapped in a namespace called Users, the Users name space is included in the calling cs page
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Sam_JayanderCommented:
How did you referenced (added) the Users - namespace  in this project.

dll reference by browsing the specific dll  ???

(or)

project reference???
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wathertonAuthor Commented:
been a little thick on this one chaps, forgot to reference my class labrary from my web project, thanks for the responses.

Wayne
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