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An unhandled exception of type 'System.TypeIni tializationExce ption' in .Net

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Hi all,
I am getting the error "The type initializer for "MyExeName.Libr aryName" threw an exception."
where liraryName Class have the Static constructor and the private constructor.I had a little quest over this and observed that the exception occurs
When a class initializer fails to initialize a type . I also observed that it occurs mostly with the static constructors.
Could anyone help me to resolve this issue ?

Jun 12 '08 #1
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Well static objects do not HAVE constructors, so that could be one failure.

When a class initializer fails to initialize a type, a TypeInitializat ionException is created and passed a reference to the exception thrown by the type's class initializer. The InnerException property of TypeInitializat ionException holds the underlying exception.
Check the innerexception property?
Jun 12 '08 #2

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