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Description: An error occurred during the compilation of a resource required to service this request. Please review the following specific error details and modify your source code appropriately.

Compiler Error Message: CS0246: The type or namespace name 'Lead' could not be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)

Source Error:
public string BuildEmail(string EmailType, Lead lead, FollowUp followup)
{
StringBuilder email = new StringBuilder();


Getting the above error when deploying my app in iis. Works fine locally. Can anyone help?

Lead is a type that definitely exist. I have read some things about possibly framework version issues but not sure where to begin.
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Updated 7-Jun-12 7:47am
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Solution 1

Can you verify which cs file has the class Lead in it?

If so, check the namespace of that class and include a "using" with that namespace at the top of the page accessing it.

If it is a web application project, make sure you "build" your application and move the files within the bin directory to the production server.
   
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sjones_30 7-Jun-12 14:26pm
   
namespace Entities
{
public class Lead
{

I have my using Entities; statement at the top of the page. I have moved the bin directory to the prodcution server as well.
thoiness 7-Jun-12 15:47pm
   
There should be an Entities.somealphanumeric.dll (depending on how you are compiling) that contains that class. If the using was at the top of the page and the app was compiled before moving the bin directory, then I'd be out of ideas at this point.
sjones_30 7-Jun-12 15:51pm
   
Same here. I exhausted all I could think of.
thoiness 7-Jun-12 15:53pm
   
Ah... One more thing I can think of. Was this a dll that was included externally? If so, did you include it in the references section of your application by browsing to the dll and adding it?

That's definitely the last idea I have.
thoiness 7-Jun-12 16:05pm
   
Or... Maybe the assumptions I am making that this is a code issue are wrong.

In IIS, is this site in the root of the web, or is it in a sub-directory of a root web? If it's in a sub-directory, have you double checked to ensure that the sub-directory has been converted into an application? I ask, because obviously, if it's in a sub-directory, and not an application, it would be searching the root /bin directory for your dlls.
sjones_30 7-Jun-12 16:08pm
   
It is in a sub-dir of a root web. I will double check this.

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