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GeneralInexplicable errors on forms. Pin
Martin Cross8-Jan-04 1:39
Martin Cross8-Jan-04 1:39 
I've got a rather odd problem which I can't fix, and can't find any information about on the Microsoft sites, so maybe some saged person here can help.

In summary, I am referencing a home grown .DLL in my project. The .DLL is relatively simple, it just accesses some legacy BTree files. However with the reference in place, loading up one of the existing forms in the project the form doesn't load - in it's place is a screen saying:

An error occurred while loading the document.  Fix the error, and then try loading the document again.  The error message follows:<br />
File or assembly name EPoSAccessLayer.dll, or one of it's dependencies, was not found.


I have confirmed that all dependencies are found, and in a brand new project the .DLL does not cause these problems.

In the existing project where this reference is causing the form problems, the application will compile and execute without errors. I just can't edit the forms.

My current workaround is to remove the reference, and then the forms load up and are OK for editing. So the question is, has anyone else experienced this problem, and if so, do you know the solution for it.

Thanks.
Martin.
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