Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms namespace not recognized as valid

Hello,

I am using build 236 of R#. I have the following using at the top of my
code :

using Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms;

R# is greying this statement out (it was fine before installing R#), and the
word Reporting is highlighted in red. If I hover over the red text, R#
reports that it "cannot resolve the symbol Reporting". If I hover over the
grey text, R# says that I have a "Redundant using directive" (which I
don't).

When I click on the lighbulb to view possible corrections, it says I can
optimize the usings (which would remove it and break my code), or to disable
the warning about the redundant using directive.

I have several snippets of code in this class that make use of some items in
this namespace, and R# is complaining about these lines of code as well.

I think this namespace was added new to VS2005, is it possible that R# is
not recognizing this namespace as valid?

Any thoughts or suggestions of what may be wrong?

Thanks,

Brian


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Hello Brian,

could you please clarify what assembly this namespace comes from and
where can we get this assembly? Thanks.


Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Hello,

I am using build 236 of R#. I have the following using at the top of
my code :

using Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms;

R# is greying this statement out (it was fine before installing R#),
and the word Reporting is highlighted in red. If I hover over the red
text, R# reports that it "cannot resolve the symbol Reporting". If I
hover over the grey text, R# says that I have a "Redundant using
directive" (which I don't).

When I click on the lighbulb to view possible corrections, it says I
can optimize the usings (which would remove it and break my code), or
to disable the warning about the redundant using directive.

I have several snippets of code in this class that make use of some
items in this namespace, and R# is complaining about these lines of
code as well.

I think this namespace was added new to VS2005, is it possible that R#
is not recognizing this namespace as valid?

Any thoughts or suggestions of what may be wrong?

Thanks,

Brian



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Hello Dmitry,

Thanks for the quick response. The assembly is named
Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.dll and it should have been installed by Visual
Studio 2005 (VS2003 would not have these assembiles as far I as know) at
C:\Programs Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\ReportViewer\. There are
actually 3 assemblies there that you may want to look at:
Microsoft.Reporting.Common.dll, Microsoft.Reporting.WinForms.dll and the one
I mentioned above.

Thanks,

Brian

"Dmitry Shaporenkov (JetBrains)" <dsha@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:c8a894d9161cb58c8378ffa896d71@news.intellij.net...

Hello Brian,

>

could you please clarify what assembly this namespace comes from and
where can we get this assembly? Thanks.

>
>

Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>> Hello,
>>
>> I am using build 236 of R#. I have the following using at the top of
>> my code :
>>
>> using Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms;
>>
>> R# is greying this statement out (it was fine before installing R#),
>> and the word Reporting is highlighted in red. If I hover over the red
>> text, R# reports that it "cannot resolve the symbol Reporting". If I
>> hover over the grey text, R# says that I have a "Redundant using
>> directive" (which I don't).
>>
>> When I click on the lighbulb to view possible corrections, it says I
>> can optimize the usings (which would remove it and break my code), or
>> to disable the warning about the redundant using directive.
>>
>> I have several snippets of code in this class that make use of some
>> items in this namespace, and R# is complaining about these lines of
>> code as well.
>>
>> I think this namespace was added new to VS2005, is it possible that R#
>> is not recognizing this namespace as valid?
>>
>> Any thoughts or suggestions of what may be wrong?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Brian
>>
>



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