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Default Another "Specified Cast Not Valid" Problem

There have been several discussions regarding the "Specified Cast not valid error". I have a new twist on it. In the Default page for ThePhile, everything works great until I put something in the page_load sub. I have made sure that I have inherited the page bass class properly and that I have the OnInit() sub in the correct order (MyBase.OnInit(e) & InitializeComponent()) within Default.aspx.

I also get this error after attempting to login. So is something is wrong after postback?

Any help would be apprciated. Thanks.




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