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Default Error : BC30002: Type 'xxx' is not defined.

Hi,

I am getting the above error on deploying a web site. I do not get the error on my dev machine(localhost). The class causing the error is a custom class called DBManager2. The error occurs when this code is called:

        Dim objConnString As DBManager2.DBStatements1 = New DBManager2.DBStatements1

Can anyone help?? Any help greatly appreciated, I am new in asp.net!

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hi there...

what's inside this class: DBManager2.DBStatements1??

probably the error is inside there..

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The error indicates that the type is not defined. The runtime can not find the type you have specified. Where is this type defined? What are you deploying? Is the type in an assembly that you didn't deploy?

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