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30776 Jun 23,2005 02:43 PM UTC Jun 27,2005 11:01 AM UTC General Discussion 1
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Charlie Kilian
Asked On June 23, 2005 02:43 PM UTC

After installing the trial software, I created a windows forms test project. I have the Syncfusion group on my toolbar. I drag an ComboBoxAutoComplete control onto the form, and then attempt to compile the project. I get this error: "The type or namespace name ''Windows'' does not exist in the class or namespace ''Test.Syncfusion'' (are you missing an assembly reference?)" The line of code in question is generated by the designer: private Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.Tools.ComboBoxAutoComplete comboBoxAutoComplete1; I''ve tried rerunning the Assembly Manager utility, but that doesn''t fix the problem. Any ideas?

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 27, 2005 11:01 AM UTC

Charlie, please check if the Syncfusion assemblies are referenced in your project (Syncfusion.Base.Shared, Syncfusion.Windows.Shared, Syncfusion.Base.Tools and Syncfusion.Windows.Tools). The references should have automatically been created the moment you drag the control onto your form. Not sure why that did not happen. Stefan >After installing the trial software, I created a windows forms test project. I have the Syncfusion group on my toolbar. I drag an ComboBoxAutoComplete control onto the form, and then attempt to compile the project. I get this error: > >"The type or namespace name ''Windows'' does not exist in the class or namespace ''Test.Syncfusion'' (are you missing an assembly reference?)" > >The line of code in question is generated by the designer: > >private Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.Tools.ComboBoxAutoComplete comboBoxAutoComplete1; > >I''ve tried rerunning the Assembly Manager utility, but that doesn''t fix the problem. Any ideas?

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