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Troubleshooting Exceptions: System.MissingMemberException
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Troubleshooting Exceptions: System.MissingMemberException

A MissingMemberException exception is thrown when there is an attempt to dynamically access a class member that does not exist.

If a member in a class library has been removed or renamed, recompile any assemblies that reference that library.

This exception is typically thrown when a field or method is deleted or renamed in one assembly, and the change is not reflected in a second assembly that is trying to access the missing member.

If you are attempting to access members on a late-bound object variable, make sure it is declared Public.

Protected, Friend, and Private variables cannot be late-bound in Visual Basic.

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