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Default Inherits When Upload to ISP

Hi All

I've got an stupid problem. I programmed my ASPX files & code and it works great on my machine. I uploaded it to my web hosted at an ISP (South Africa) and now i get this error that the first Line of the page that looks like this:
<%@ Application Codebehind="Global.asax.cs" Inherits="trisyn.co.za.Global" %>

The error is:
Parser Error Message: Could not load type 'trisyn.co.za.Global'.

I've tried everything possible but when obmitting the code, i find that the code behind is not running. Any Advice, Please!!

Your urgent assistant

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