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    Luke Macey posted on Tue, Jun 3 2014 4:57 AM

    Hey, 

    We have recently moved from CSLA 4.0.3 to CSLA 4.3.14.2. 

    Everything has been working well until a colleague has mentions that they are no longer able to see what is currently within the deleted list.

    On looking at the deleted list it seems to be a 'object' however i thought it was treated as a list(of T) so you can see what is current inside the deleted list.

    Because of that we are unable to see what is currently in the deleted list AND to remove items from the list.

     

    When trying to do ?me.deletedList in the intermediate window i get the following message. 

    {"The generic type 'Csla.BusinessBindingListBase`2' was used with the wrong number of generic arguments in assembly 'Csla, Version=4.3.14.1, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=93be5fdc093e4c30'.":"Csla.BusinessBindingListBase`2"}

        _HResult: -2146233054

        _message: "The generic type 'Csla.BusinessBindingListBase`2' was used with the wrong number of generic arguments in assembly 'Csla, Version=4.3.14.1, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=93be5fdc093e4c30'."

        Data: {System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal}

        HelpLink: Nothing

        HResult: -2146233054

        InnerException: Nothing

        IsTransient: False

        Message: "The generic type 'Csla.BusinessBindingListBase`2' was used with the wrong number of generic arguments in assembly 'Csla, Version=4.3.14.1, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=93be5fdc093e4c30'."

        ResourceId: 6731

        Source: Nothing

        StackTrace: Nothing

        TargetSite: Nothing

     

        TypeName: "Csla.BusinessBindingListBase`2"

    -------------------------------------------------------------

     

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    This issue is occurring in code that is in a subclass, or that is outside the object instance?

    Rocky

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    Hey Rocky, 

    Sorry for only just replying.

    We are attempted to do a undelete on a object that cannot be deleted for various reasons that only become apparent on the save of a object list. this works perfectly and i can debug it within the object list absolutely fine, however on the guys machine i am unable to debug the deleted list, do i need to set a option in visual studio to allow me to debug it?

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    This is within the object list instance, we have tried to do '?me.deletedlist' in the intermediate window on the 'RemoveItem' sub routine.

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