DataSource Controls :: Runtime Compilation Error CS1026 When Use Linq Statement?

May 5, 2010

We have an application developed on VS2008 [Asp.Net & C#], in this application we provide the facility to the user to write his/her business logic code. For that purposes we maintained a Businesslogic.cs file where user can write his/her code and our application build it as a BusinessLogic.dll file at runtime.

But the problem is when we introducing Linq statement/code into the BusinessLogic.cs file then it generated compilation error [CS1026 ].

Note that, when we build the dll from VS2008 environment then it working fine with the same code which we write into the BusinessLogic.cs & don't generated any compilation error.

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