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Old August 30th, 2008, 08:07 PM
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Hi All,

 I have developed one website in ASP.NET 2.0 and it is wroking fine in my development server(Local server only installed ASP.NET 2.0). Then I have published this site. I uploaded published copy to our Production server( Shared server ). when I try to access my index page receiving the following error

Could not load the assembly 'App_Web_lppxc-uy'. Make sure that it is compiled before accessing the page

I am using one Masterpage for all other pages and also using some class files.

I searched this error in google and found one of the issue and solution is..

Please find suitable solution....

thanks

Jitender

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Old August 30th, 2008, 09:22 PM
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Are you using user controls, or more specifically, *nested* user controls?

 
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No Dear

I am using master page in place of user control. There are no any user control

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I've seen this issue come up before. If you modify and re-save the offending user control or masterpage, that will force a recompile and should help clear it up.

I believe there is also a hotfix for this from MS. You may want to check with your host to see if they are aware of the issue and ask if they have installed the fix.
 
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Hi

That is not successfull. While i have published my website after that i am not able to compile that because both are saparate. No any effect on published code dear.

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Again, you mentioned this was on a shared server, so I would contact the server administrator to see if they have installed the fix for this.

 
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Thanks for ur support

i solved that






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