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UserControl - wrong namespace in designer

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 12, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

hi, I create a Empty SharePoint Project in VS 2010. I add two UserContsrol's (uc1 and uc2) to the project. VS create a new folder "ControlTemplates" and there are my uc.:


I have textbox1 on uc1 (i send textBox1 value with properties) and button1 and textbox1 on uc2 .


I add uc1 to uc2 :


Everything will be ok but in uc2.ascx.designer.cs i have some like that:



 uc2 { 



 uControl1 control. /// </summary> ///
 <remarks> ///
 Auto-generated field.

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