The type name X does not exist in the type Y error in a Silverlight project

by APIJunkie 27. April 2008 08:25

If you run into this message when building a Silverlight project and have a class name and a namespace name that are identical you might be suffering from some kind of naming problem in the Silverlight development environment.

I found another reference to the problem in an MSDN forum.

To solve the problem I renamed the class name to a different name (one that is not identical to the namespace name).

Hope this helps...

 

 

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Silverlight | PRB | Troubleshoot

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4/27/2008 8:50:58 AM #

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11/30/2008 12:09:09 PM #

Matt Mason

If you have recently renamed the class name, even using refactoring, I found that the asmx file got missed and has the old name.  Update it in Notepad and you should be good to go.

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