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Asp.net Application cannot refer to dlls

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I have an Asp.net Webapplication, with 2 visual basic projects all added inside one Solution. I can build both the Vb prjoject sucesfully and the corresponding dlls are adding into the Bin folder.But am not able to refer to the classes inside the Dll file.. Am getting a compiler error as below.

 BC30002: Type 'DataAccessLayer.DataConnection' is not defined.
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by:Fernando Soto
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Are those classes marked as private? If so make them public.
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by:BINUGEORGEJOHN
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these all are public classes
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Fernando Soto earned 500 total points
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Can you post the project that is the dll. If you can zip it up and post it to where it can be down loaded I will take a look at it.
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