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Could not load type 'Namespace.Page Name'.

This message occurs when browsing to the start of an asp.net program
that has been transferred to a machine with the dotnet framework 1.1,
IIS 5.1, XP/Pro, and SQL/Server. It is is operational on the
development machine using vs.net 2003, running quite well. The program
has been built on the dev machine, and all files except for the
sql/server files exist in one directory under inetpub\wwwroot . I think
that IIS is properly configured, but it is entirely likely that it is
not.

Getting desperate after a couple of days and nights and fruitless calls
to knowledgeable friends. Somebody - please help!


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Nov 18 '05 #1
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Hi,

this KB is the common reason :
PRB: "Could Not Load Type" Error Message When You Browse to .aspx Page
by Using Visual C# .NET

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;EN-US;306155

please let me know if this KB help you.

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