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6/3/2016 4:00 PM
 

I am attempting to upgrade a custom in-house developed module from DNN v7.x to DNN v8.x

I updated all the depreciated code, etc...

But I am still getting the following error in my ASPX HTML Markup code that I cannot seem to figure out how to fix it...

'LocalResourceFile' is not declared. It may be inaccessible due to it's protection level.

Any ideas?

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Ben


Ben Santiago, MCP Certified & A+ Certified
Programmer Analyst
(SQL, FoxPro, VB, VB.Net, Java, HTML, ASP, JSP, VBS, Cognos ReportNet)
 
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6/7/2016 7:51 AM
 

Bueller? Bueller?

Does anyone have a hint, any idea?

I checked and deleted any web.config file that VS 2013 auto created within my project folder since I know that always causes conflicts. I checked my references and nothing seems to be missing. I just don't know why in DNN 8.x I cannot seem to use "LocalResourceFile" within the ASCX file like I was able to do in DNN 6.x & 7.x.  It doesn't make sense why the system is telling me that it is inaccessible.

Please help!

- Ben


Ben Santiago, MCP Certified & A+ Certified
Programmer Analyst
(SQL, FoxPro, VB, VB.Net, Java, HTML, ASP, JSP, VBS, Cognos ReportNet)
 
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