template class iterator - - syntax error : missing ';' before identifier

header file.

.h

template <class t_Key, class t_Object, class MyValidate>
class myStorage : public myStorageBase
{

      public:
            typedef map<t_Key,t_Object> myMapType;

protected:

      myMapType::iterator       m_Iterator;

};

the above code giving the following error while compilation

 error C2146: syntax error : missing ';' before identifier 'm_Iterator'
 error C4430: missing type specifier - int assumed. Note: C++ does not support default-int

I tried to replac myMapType with map<t_Key,t_Object>, but that didn't work.

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bobbeyAuthor Commented:
myMapType::iterator       m_Iterator; change to

typename myMapType::iterator       m_Iterator;

This will resolve the issue

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