C# partial class Properties

Hi,

I have a question concerning partial classes: I have two Projects Project1 and Project2 in VS2010 .NET4.0.
Both have the namespace ClassLibrary1
In Project1 I have a partial Class1 with a property int i1. In Project2 i Reference the Project1 and define a partial Class1.
Now I want to access the property i1 in the Class1 from Project2, but the compiler says this property doesn't exist.
Why can't I access the property from the other part of the partial Class? (I hope my explanation is clear?).

regards,
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mr-kennyAsked:
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Snarf0001Commented:
Partial classes can only exist within the same project.  They're still compiled into one class at compile time, it's just a very handy way to split your code up into manageable subsections.
But you can't have parts of one class within to separate projects.

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mr-kennyAuthor Commented:
so I have to use inheritence then. I missunderstood the idea of the partial class.
Thank's for your help.
mr-kennyAuthor Commented:
thanks
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