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   Hello and thanks for taking a second to read this message. First let me say that I am new to using the Visual Studio. I have a page of links that when one of the links is clicked it passes an id via a querystring to another page.
    The problem I am having right now is that errors pop up in all kinds of files that have to do with the .NET Framework. Particularly in my Temporary ASP.NET Files directory.

EX: Server Error in '/My Documents/Beatles' Application..... Source File: C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.0.3705\Tempo rary ASP.NET Files\my documents_beatles\c8964a70\7a6bbcb4\dwldssoz.0.vb Line: 118
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   Can anyone tell me is this because I am new to Visual Studio or is this because I don't understand enough about the .NET framework? Also, how do I fix the problem? If anybody can offer suggestions it would be extremely appreciated.

Thank You,
Jason





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