Jan 19, 2012 at 6:22 PM
Edited Jan 19, 2012 at 6:48 PM
I just installed VWD 2010 EE. I created a new wep application project named BlogEngine and dropped the BE 2.5 files into this project's directory. I replaced the default files created by VWD and merged the default folders with the BE 2.5 ones
that were duplicates. Then I included all of the files. Got 300 errors on first build. Adding a reference to the BlogEngine.Core.dll resolved most of this. It got it down to 96 errors.
I now have a similar issue but cant seem to solve it in a similar way. I am running VWD 2010 as Administrator. Most of these 96 errors are still namespace or using statement issues but I can't get things into scope or correct these.
For example, The tags.aspx.cs file in the Admin.Posts namespace has an error for the using statement " using App_Code;" statement at the top of the file. I can't seem to get it to qualify fully by adding a reference. Or at least not any that
I've tried. I tried to add a "using BlogEngine;" at the top of the file. When I did this namespace came into scope but the App_Code folder wasn't an option. The only two options for this namespace were the Account and Core Namespaces. I
can't seem to qualify or identify the namespaces correctly.
I don't understand what's wrong. I can revert to last successful build and it will run. I'm not sure if I messed something up when I merged the folders or what.
// this is from the Tags.aspx.cs code behind file. you can also see the commented out BlogEngine using statemnt I added
//using BlogEngine; // added this to try to fix the error
using App_Code; // this is original
public partial class Tags : System.Web.UI.Page
protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)