There are 2 objects for each class in the Object Browser for ASP.NET 2008 application.

The classes are identical except that one of them is followed by [1.0.0.0].  The problem is that when I change the code in the version that is available within the VS IDE, the code behind the form doesn't see the changes. It still sees what's in the [1.0.0.0] version instead. I've tried calling the functions directly or by instantiating new instances of the class but it makes no difference. The classes and the functions being called are all Public. Any ideas how to get the code to see the changes I've made to the class?

All the objects have this doppelganger so I must just be doing something wrong, but I've never come up against this problem before.
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DBE1969Author Commented:
It was necessary to find another dll in the solution to reference. Don't know what was wrong with the one but it was not the one inside the solution explorer.
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