Last post Aug 19, 2008 08:08 PM by gely
Apr 18, 2007 09:46 PM|yogweedo|LINK
this keeps popping up intermittantly, and i have not been able to find a reason on these forums or the web as to why this happens.
the error keeps referring to a designer.cs file.
does anyone have any remedies for this?
i am using vs2005 team edition with sp1, running a vs2003 .net 1.1 project that has been converted to vs2005 .net 2.0 (version v2.0.50727)
Apr 19, 2007 01:07 AM|vcsjones|LINK
Apr 20, 2007 08:06 PM|yogweedo|LINK
thanks for the link.
i had found that page, but was hoping there was some more info on the problem.
thanks again for your input.
May 24, 2007 01:05 PM|kamii47|LINK
I am also Getting the same error.
I have Vs2005 team system with SP1.
And using a web application project.
What I done is simply close the solution.Delete Asp.net temprory files
Run disk clean up.Restart IIS. and delete backup project.
Then it starts working again. [;)]
Shouldn't this post is deserve to mark as answer ? [*-)]
May 24, 2007 09:05 PM|perthit|LINK
I am agreed with Kamran, I also use to delete the temp. Files, if someone have a permanent solution, then please post
Nov 01, 2007 01:06 PM|CoolBond|LINK
A simpler two-step fix is to:
1) Right-click the designer file and select delete
2) Right-click the aspx file and select Convert to Web Application
I get this frequently too, and I think it stems from some sequence of editing the aspx file while the app is running in debug.
think this will help.........
Jan 03, 2008 03:11 PM|smartselva|LINK
Its working, Thank you
May 23, 2008 09:39 AM|Ahtesham|LINK
Thanks so much ,its also solved my question , i also marked it answer
Aug 19, 2008 08:08 PM|gely|LINK
Another solution (that worked for me) is to edit both the .aspx and .cs files and recompile.
(You don't have to change the files, you can just add and delete a character - enough to set the "changed" flag.)