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I am getting this error:

Error      6      Type 'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Data.SqlHelper' is not defined.

What do I need to do to fix this?
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Just guessing here but It may either be missing a reference ie in the general declarations area at the very top before your code begins you put something like

Export System.Management

except for you it would be a different namespace that you would need to reference ( that or right click on the project and reference that)

Other then that you have not declared a variable , but I would say its probably the first thing I said.
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