I have recently taken over the development of a webservice. The original developer has provided me with all of the appropriate files which I have placed into a directory and mimicked the directory structure of the original location of the webservice.
In VS2008, I click on File -> Open -> Website and select the folder where all of the files for the web service are located. It successfully see's all of the files. The master pages in the project are displaying their content correctly.
The "Entry point" is a file that inherits System.Web.Services.WebService. This has a number of [WebMethod] declared. These declarations are where I am having trouble. They are exposing methods which are in another class file. I will present an example below:
public int GetRegistrationCapBySerialNumber(string SerialNumber)
The error that I am getting is that it cannot find the SoftwareValidationDataAccess.cs, "The name 'SoftwareValidationDataAccess' does not exist in the current context". This lives in a folder called Dal. It really has me stumped as to why it can't see it as it was imported with all of the other files in the project. I would have expect
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