Compilation Error in website

Posted on 2012-08-20
Last Modified: 2012-08-20
I have a wierd problem so I immediately thought of Experts Exchange.  This is really interesting.~!@#$%^&*

I'm developing an 3.5 website.  I created a page "clinicEntry.aspx."  When I attempt to "view in Browser" a "Compilation Error" message is displayed in the IE window tab.  There is no stack trace and no detail, and no event log.  

Here's what I know.  

1)  In the development process I have created and deleted this page serveral times.
2)  I can build the  page and the code behind successfully.  I can also build the website successfully.
3)  The page has a master page.
4)  If I delete the page and recreate it with just a master and content blocks, no other markup or code, I get the error.  However if I go thru the exact same steps but save the page as "ClinicEntry1.aspx" I do not get the compilation error.

Thanks for your help.
Question by:deepPowdah
    LVL 11

    Accepted Solution

    This is strange however I'll give a try:
    - clean solution, delete manually bin & obj folders and rebuild
    - delete the page from site (and harddisk) and search in all files for 'ClinicEntry' and see what are the results

    Author Closing Comment

    Solved the problem.  However, I'm concerned that there may be an issue with (Ha! Ha!) that allowed a ghost of a corrupt page to linger and not be visible.  

    Thanks again.

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