[223] Cause of 'Ambiguous reference' errors?


I am using V2005 with a website project and a few projects in the solution. In some projects, R# is showing 'ambiguous references' errors but VS 2005 compiles the solution just fine.

I moved from vs2003 to VS2005 and VS2005 wosk differently. The non website projects reside in folders under the website folder and I noticed that under the website project in the solution explorer, these folders are showing too. I wonder if this is causing R# to flag the 'ambiguous references' error?

Do these projects need to be outside the root website folder? In VS2003, I was able to flag these folders as not part of the solution but I don't see the same option in VS 2003. Does VS 2005 compile everything that resides under the website folder automatically regardles if some folders are part of other projects?

Abdu

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I am using V2005 with a website project and a few projects in the
solution. In some projects, R# is showing 'ambiguous references' errors
but VS 2005 compiles the solution just fine.

>

I moved from vs2003 to VS2005 and VS2005 wosk differently. The non website
projects reside in folders under the website folder and I noticed that
under the website project in the solution explorer, these folders are
showing too. I wonder if this is causing R# to flag the 'ambiguous
references' error?

>

Do these projects need to be outside the root website folder? In VS2003, I
was able to flag these folders as not part of the solution but I don't see
the same option in VS 2003. Does VS 2005 compile everything that resides
under the website folder automatically regardles if some folders are part
of other projects?

>

Abdu

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Yes, it does. If converting web projects from VS2003 to VS2005 I would
advise to use the "web application project" add-on. It is from the asp.net
group itself, will be officially released soon and will be part of VS2005
SP1. See e.g.

http://webproject.scottgu.com/Default.aspx

Visual Studio 2005 Web Application Projects (Beta V2 Preview):
http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/reference/infrastructure/wap/

R# support for web application projects is OK.


Regards,
Erwin


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