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Visual Studio Builds - VBC - TypeLoad Exception

Hello,

I've been getting a TypeLoadException after doing a VBC command line
build. I've included all of the /r - references and /i - imports for
the assembly. The exception is thrown at runtime from and ASP.Net
application when accessing a business object. The Business Object is
inherited from a custom base class references in a different assembly
than the Business Object. Does anyone have any ideas as to why it can't
load the base object from its' assembly?

Is it a bad practice to install Visual Studio on a build box and use
DevEnv to build the solution, instead of using VBC?

If I build from Visual Studio, there are no problems with the
application.

Thanks,

Jul 21 '05 #1
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