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Last post Aug 28, 2007 06:03 PM by gdl
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Oct 05, 2006 07:35 AM|LINK
I've had the same problem and it realy frustrated me until i read the detailed error message from the server. I found out that my problem had nothing to do with 'Theme' - it originated in the fact that i had changed names on my pages, and the created a
new pages with eg the name Default_2. The problem is that the vb-code file that is attached to the page does not change name automatically, so if it's the same problem you've got you'll have to change the name of the Partial Class in the vb file to the same
as the name of your page (or something else that you know is unique for your site) and then change the name in the aspx file to so that the reference is ok.
Hope it helps
Oct 06, 2006 04:54 PM|LINK
Nov 15, 2006 10:42 AM|LINK
I have just had this error and on looking at the detailed error there was an ambiguous statement. The solution included two sub folders with the same name so I sorted this out, tidied up the namespaces and everything worked.
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Jan 24, 2007 01:40 AM|LINK
First of all, did you try to run your asp.net 2.0 app in asp.net 1.0. Theme is not supported in asp.net 1.1.
BTW, I guess you might have following configuration, however it was not pasted correctly in your post.
<%@ page theme="Somethem">
You can copy it to notepad first, and then re-pasted into the html editor, since notepad will remove any html format first.
Jan 24, 2007 02:51 PM|LINK
ASP.NET 2.0 - and Theme is applied to entire site through the web config file.
<pages theme="Default" styleSheetTheme="Default">
I receive the error message randomly, or if I change the application project file. I then perform a clean and then it works fine.