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6/8/2016 10:04 AM
 
We are using Chris Hammonds Visual Studio Templates to convert existing Aspx pages into DNN modules. How do you reference data classes inline using the <%%> Server tags? 
For example, visual studio says "The name 'p' does not exist in the current context":
<h3><%=p._Property.PropertyStatus + " - " + String.Format("{0:C}", p._Property.Price).Replace(".00", "")%><br />
                    <%=p._Property.Bedrooms + " Bed, " + p._Property.FullBaths + " Bath " + p._Property.PropertyType%>
                </h3>
                <div><%=p._Property.Description %></div>

Tried replacing the Chris's base class with System.Web.UI.Usercontrol, but no luck.  Is there a simple fix or work around for this within DNN's framework?

Thanks!
 
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6/18/2016 12:22 PM
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After much head beating, we discovered that the errors Visual Studio was reporting did not affect DNN. The module still compiled and when installed into DNN, worked as expected. This thread can be closed.
 
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