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Error creating control - Scriptmanager1

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I have just installed VS2008. I then got the 3.5 SP1 update installed. Then I installed the AJAX 3.5 Toolkit. I then go into VS, select File/New AJAX Control Toolkit Web Site (VB) and as expected, the Scriptmanager1 is installed by default in the default.aspx code page. When I switch to Design View, VS can not display the Scriptmanager and shows the error: Error creating control - Scriptmanager1. Unable to create type...blah, blah.
I can at this point, delete the Scriptmanager, go into my AJAX Toolbox on the Tools panel and drag a Scriptmanager onto the form. When I do, I get a popup that reads: Destination File Exists - A file with the name 'Bin/AjaxControlToolkit.dll' already exists. Do you want to replace - for each control that I drop on the form? If I say yes to all, all is well and I can continue to code.
My question is, why is all of this happening? The default Scriptmanager on the page should work, and I shouldn't be prompted about existing files.
What, where, and how do I fix this problem?
Thanks,
Eric
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http://forums.asp.net/p/1268079/2388841.aspx#2388841

OR Try

' source/library/components/framework/Ajax.vb
 
' Line #148
        Public Shared Sub RegisterScriptManager()
            If Not IsEnabled() Then
                AddScriptManager(m_Page)
            End If
        End Sub
 
'ADDED THE FOLLOWING FOR THE FIX
        Public Shared Sub RegisterScriptManager(ByVal objPage As Page)
            If Not IsEnabled() Then
                AddScriptManager(objPage)
            End If
        End Sub

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        Public Shared Sub RegisterScriptManager(ByVal objPage As Page)
            If Not IsEnabled() Then
                AddScriptManager(objPage)
            End If
        End Sub

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by:phc_dev
ID: 22807750
Couple of questions?

Is this a known bug?

Where is this path located:
' source/library/components/framework/Ajax.vb

once I put that code in place, will i have to also make sure our servers are setup that way too?

also, after I put that code in place, will it correct the second part of my question:
"I can at this point, delete the Scriptmanager, go into my AJAX Toolbox on the Tools panel and drag a Scriptmanager onto the form. When I do, I get a popup that reads: Destination File Exists - A file with the name 'Bin/AjaxControlToolkit.dll' already exists. Do you want to replace - for each control that I drop on the form? If I say yes to all, all is well and I can continue to code."

Thanks.
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by:phc_dev
ID: 22809840
The above fix is for dotnetnuke which I do not have. I have read several articles since my original posting which say that 2008 + ajax 3.5 = flakey at best and to stick to the older version, which I am reverting to.
Eric
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