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XSD designer.vb missing after converting from 2008 to 2010

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 13, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

Hi folks, I have a solution with multiple projects in it that I converted to 2010 (kept the 3.5 framework). When it imported/converted the XSD files, the file structure went from:

dd1149.xsd

dd1149.xsc

dd1149.xsc

dd149.Designer.vb


TO

dd1149.xsd

dd1149.xsc

dd1149.xsc

The designer file is now missing, that had my constructor in it. Obviously, the project won't compile as it says "Type dd1149 is not defined" Why does it not include it with 2010, is there something I'm missing?


Thanks!

 




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