Ambiguous invocation / reference

With code like

LockPeriod lockPeriod = new LockPeriod();

I'm getting ReSharper errors on the type "Ambiguous reference" telling me
that either of two identical types are possible. On the constructor, I get a
similar error, "Ambiguous invocation".

The enclosing namespace is MergeLogic.BusinessLayer.RatesAndPoints.Test, and
LockPeriod is defined in the namespace
MergeLogic.BusinessLayer.RatesAndPoints.



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"Mark Wilden" <mark@mwilden.com> wrote in message
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With code like

>

LockPeriod lockPeriod = new LockPeriod();

>

I'm getting ReSharper errors on the type "Ambiguous reference" telling me
that either of two identical types are possible. On the constructor, I get
a similar error, "Ambiguous invocation".

>

The enclosing namespace is MergeLogic.BusinessLayer.RatesAndPoints.Test,
and LockPeriod is defined in the namespace
MergeLogic.BusinessLayer.RatesAndPoints.


Whoops - my apologies. I didn't realize this was already an open issue.

In fact, my problems went away when I restarted VS.


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