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Default Migrating 2005 AJAX-Enabled Web Site to 2005 SP1

Has anyone else had difficulties converting a 2005 AJAX-Enabled web site to 2005 SP1 Web App Project? Specifically with UserControls or Server Controls and User Controls inside AJAX Update Panels?

I have been trying to upgrade my existing VS 2005 Web Site to a Web Application (that comes with SP1). I followed Scott's migration tutorial [ http://webproject.scottgu.com/CSharp...igration2.aspx ] but I'm still having problems.

All my user controls report the same error.
"Element 'UserControl' is not a known element. This can occur if there is a compilation error in the Web site."

All server controls inside an UpdatePanel report the same error.
The name 'ddlApplication' does not exist in the current context

The above errors are the ONLY errors I get during compile. If you can help in any way, that would be GREAT!

I also do not see an option to build a new AJAX-Enabled Web Application Project instead of AJAX-Enabled Web Site. Yes I have ASP.NET AJAX Extensions 1.0 installed. Yes I have VS2005 SP1 installed.

Thank you.

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Jim
 


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