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7/7/2011 6:27 AM
The project currently contains references to more than one version of DotNetNuke,a direct reference to version and an indirect reference 
(through 'DotNetNuke.Web.UI.RibbonBarManager.GetPagesList') to version Change the direct reference to use version (or higher) of DotNetNuke in  \admin\ControlPanel\UpdatePage.ascx.vb and \admin\ControlPanel\AddPage.ascx.vb
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7/21/2011 10:24 PM
I'm getting this same issue. I can't see how to change the reference from one to the other? It also seems weird that there's 2 methods (and only in UpdatePage.ascx) that are raising this exception with another method RibbonBarManager.CanMovePage which is fine. Does anyone have any ideas how to address this? Thanks
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7/21/2011 11:43 PM
It appears that there is a bit of a mixup in the versioning and DotNetNuke assembly version referenced in the DotNetNuke.Web.dll located in your site's \bin folder.

Please advise the following:

1. Version of DotNetNuke framework installed: 5.6.1 or 5.6.2 ? Did you recently attempt to upgrade from 5.6.1 (or an earlier version) to 5.6.2.

2. The file/product version of the following two assemblies in the site's \bin folder:

DotNetNuke .dll

In looking at the install and upgrade packages for both DotNetNuke v 5.6.1 and 5.6.2 it is interesting to note that both packages include DotNetNuke.Web.dll assembly with a file/product version of HOWEVER, it is interesting to note (through .Net Reflector)  that this assembly in the DotNetNuke v 5.6.1 packages references DotNetNuke.dll assembly while that in the DotNetNuke v 5.6.2 packages references DotNetNuke.dll assembly So, while both DotNetNuke.Web.dll assemblies will have a file/product version of, they are NOT the same file.

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