The type 'xxxx' exists in both '...\v2.0.50727\Temporary\....xxx.dll' and '...\v2.0.50727\Temporary\...yyy.dll'
Rick Strahl's solution to this problem is to do a page reference instead of pointing both to the same source file. Eg. <%@ Reference Page="~/UploadItemPicture.aspx" %>
You can check out the full solution at:
Please note that there are other causes of this error message, such as conflicting object names in the same namespace.
This error occurs, if you have declared a class twice in your application (in a referenced assembly, somewhere in your app_code directory, or anywhere else in your app).
Check out the full posting at http://www.cubido.net/Blog/tabid/176/EntryID/49/Default.aspxIn my case I had a prior
compiled version (a dll) of the web app itself in the bin directory, which is
not allowed any more. -> delete all compiled versions of all web applications
(the app itself and referenced web apps) from the bin directory !!If you have to
have the same
classname multiple times within your application (e.g a class
within each module subfolder in the app_code directory, you
could do the
following:1) Give each class a different namespace (e.g.
MODULENAME.DataAccess)2) Mark the classes as partial classes (!! this does not
work if the partial classes are spread accross different subfolders of the
app_code dir which are marked as codeSubDirectory in the web.config. The reason
is, that in this case, each subfolder results in a different assembly and
partial classes over multiple assemblies are not allowed. Also see my blog
for creating multiple assemblies from the app_code directory
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