R#5 Beta still has bad ASP.NET problems...

You can see some of them by simply creating a default Web application project in VS 2010.

File > New Project > ASP.NET Web Application

Turn on Solution-Wide Analysis.

Cannot resolve symbol 'LayoutTemplate'

Cannot resolve symbol 'wizardStepPlaceholder'

Cannot resolve symbol 'navigationPlaceholder'

Cannot resolve symbol 'LayoutTemplate'

Cannot resolve symbol 'NavigationMenu'

Along with several 'Ambiguous reference' errors in Web.config.

This is really disappointing, considering I've been pointing out these bugs for weeks, and they are all very easily reproducible.

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It must be a dev10, since everything is ok in vs2008. We're sorry for incovinience, dev10 is not fully supported yet. Nevertheless I'll try to fix the problem ASAP.
Thanks a lot for your feedback.

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Fixed except for the NavigationMenuItem problem. I cannot understand why VS does not generate a field for it.

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Eventually, VS regenerates Site.master.designer.cs once you edit the any of the ids and everything becomes fine.

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Yes, I see that. Good job on tracking these down.

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I am experiencing this problem in VS2008. Any soluitions?



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Alex,
Are you able to send me the  website for investigation?

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What information specifically would be you after? I am restricted by what I can send due to the sensitive nature of the project.

I have noticed also that once one div (and this only occurs on divs) show the error, any subsequent divs also suffer the same problem.

Update: also have noticed that the error only occurs if the div exists within an asp:PlaceHolder control.

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Wow. It is exactly th necessary info to reproduce the bug. Thanks a lot.
Here's the the issue in the bug tracker to monitor its status http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/RSRP-159859

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