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Parser Error Message: Could not load type 'SSP.Global'.

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I'm trying to Debug an .Net solution with several projects and I'm getting the below error:
I'm using visual studio 2003

Server Error in '/SSPSAP' Application.
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Parser Error
Description: An error occurred during the parsing of a resource required to service this request. Please review the following specific parse error details and modify your source file appropriately.

Parser Error Message: Could not load type 'SSP.Global'.
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Question by:ISLAMIKA
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by:vavjeeva
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This error occurs when you create a new web application in asp.net using visual studio.net and without compiling the application, you try to browse a page in the application.

This occurs because of the Application DLL not having been formed.

asp.net will look in the Global Assembly Cache, and then in the application's local bin directory. If it can't find the class with the name you specified then it won't load. When you do a codebehind file in Visual studio, you are writing a base class for your aspx file to inherit from - the HTML template you write in the aspx is inlined into the dynamically generated subclass's Render method.

Even if you don't put any code in your page, you still need to compile it as long as you put the Inherts Webappname.Global in your Page directive.

To resolve this, Built the application using Ctrl + Shift + B or use F5 to build the application and then try to browse the application. The error will be resolved.

This is applicable to .NET 1.0, 1.1 versions - Visual Studio.NET

Source : http://geekswithblogs.net/ranganh/archive/2005/04/25/37610.aspx
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by:ISLAMIKA
ID: 22880912
Hello, I compare the last version of my project twith the one that run and I saw this differences between thie files with extension .csprj.
1. The one is the past version (the one that run)
2. Is the actual version (the one that doesn't run)

I added all the projects into one solution, and the dlls seem to be ok. I really dont know whay the Dlls are compiled in different ways.

Can I replace the .csprj files??

File 1
<Reference
    Name = "Fender.SAP"
    Project = "{354176A5-714B-4232-AF06-601197959871}"
    Package = "{FAE04EC0-301F-11D3-BF4B-00C04F79EFBC}"
/>
<Reference
     Name = "Fender.Common"
     Project = "{5D3EBCCB-7EE0-4691-B594-9AE4FBC06C51}"
     Package = "{FAE04EC0-301F-11D3-BF4B-00C04F79EFBC}"
/>
<Reference
     Name = "SSP.Common"
     Project = "{7CAAA77E-B0A8-4E8E-9E7C-FAF8A596D9FF}"
     Package = "{FAE04EC0-301F-11D3-BF4B-00C04F79EFBC}"
/>
<Reference
     Name = "Fender.Web.Wizard"
     Project = "{1EB2DE17-BC70-4877-B323-76894D461266}"
     Package = "{FAE04EC0-301F-11D3-BF4B-00C04F79EFBC}"
/>
<Reference
 
File 2:
 <Reference
     Name = "SSP"
     AssemblyName = "SSP"
     HintPath = "..\..\..\Documents and Settings\pespinoza\Desktop\SSPDlls\bin\SSP.dll"
 />
 <Reference
    Name = "Fender.SAP"
    AssemblyName = "Fender.SAP"
    HintPath = "..\..\..\Documents and Settings\pespinoza\Desktop\SSPDlls\bin\Fender.SAP.dll"
   />
<Reference
Name = "Fender.Common"
                    AssemblyName = "Fender.Common"
                    HintPath = "..\..\..\Documents and Settings\pespinoza\Desktop\SSPDlls\bin\Fender.Common.dll"
                />
                <Reference
                    Name = "Fender.Web.Wizard"
                    AssemblyName = "Fender.Web.Wizard"
                    HintPath = "..\..\..\Documents and Settings\pespinoza\Desktop\SSPDlls\bin\Fender.Web.Wizard.dll"
                />
                <Reference
                    Name = "SSP.Common"
                    AssemblyName = "SSP.Common"
                    HintPath = "..\..\..\Documents and Settings\pespinoza\Desktop\SSPDlls\bin\SSP.Common.dll"
                />

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I was missing a reference, tks!!
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