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Old August 31st, 2006, 07:03 PM
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  i am using following code
IDictionary dict= new DictionaryClass();

 i am getting the following error message
when i compile the above code.
  "IDictionary is an ambiguous reference".
can some one please tell me how to resolve the above issue.



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You have more than one definition of the class available to you
when this code is executed. Provide the name of the namespace along
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... = new XYZ.DictionaryClass();

and it may resolve the problem.

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I tried with name space.
IDictionary dict= new Microsoft.CommerceServer.Runtime.DictionaryClass() ;

problem is the same. still i am getting the same error.




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I dont understand, the IDictionary interface lives in the System.Collections namespace why are you trying to instantiate if from that namespace?

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