Configuration :: Constant Compile Error That Isn't True?

Mar 25, 2011

Everytime I compile my asp .net project it states the following:

'Sessions' does not contain a definition for 'Select'.

In the page this happens on if I change something put it back and save and re-compile it tends to go ok, but at the moment it is happening every time. It does contain a definition for Select I can type it in plus the page does not show an error where this code is and works when it does compile ok?

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