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.Net variable is not declared. It may be not accessible due to its protection level

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I have a masterpage.master.vb line of code that calls the App_Code/Variables.vb code directory and code.

Error Message Received: DisplayedMessages is not declared. It may be inaccessible due to its protection level.

Masterpage.master.vb line of code:
(DisplayedMessages) is the variable that is declared as a public in the App_Code/Variables

Catch ex As Exception
            DisplayedMessages = "The Permissions Access was denied:" & ex.Message.ToString
            ErrorMessage = ex.ToString
            LogErrors(ScreenName, ErrorMessage, Session("UserID").ToString)


AppCode/Variables.vb

Public Module Variables
    Public DisplayedMessages As String
 End Module
AppCodeError.jpg
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Question by:jeffreyjseaman
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by:Jerry Miller
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Is your folder named AppCode or App_Code? AppCode won't work and App_Code should.
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If your foler is named correctly, you may want to check out this link.

http://vishaljoshi.blogspot.com/2009/07/appcode-folder-doesnt-work-with-web.html
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