[IronPython] cannot access protected member GaugeContainer1 without a python subclass of default_aspx

Kurt A. Richardson kurt at kurtrichardson.com
Wed Oct 20 20:54:22 CEST 2010

PPS As I went through commenting-out calls to page controls I found that 
I can't evenset-up the DropDownList I have on the page, let alone the 
Dundas ones.

One thing I noticed is that the page declaration:

<%@ Page Language="IronPython" Theme="MSH" EnableSessionState="true" 
CodeFile="Default.aspx.py" %>

has a warning associated with the CodeFile:

The language of the file referenced by the 'CodeFile' attribute does not 
match the language specified by the 'Language' attribute in the current 

On 10/20/2010 11:47 AM, Kurt A. Richardson wrote:
> PS I'm using IPY 2.7 Alpha 1 with VS2010 .NET 4.0
> On 10/20/2010 11:45 AM, Kurt A. Richardson wrote:
>> Hi List
>> I have a (relatively) simple webpage that enables me to display some 
>> basic data from my TED5000 energy monitor, as well as switch a fan on 
>> and off in my offer utilizing an XBee network.  I'm sure everything 
>> worked just fine for months and now suddenly the project will not 
>> compile.
>> The Default.aspx webpage includes a Dundas GaugeContainer component 
>> instantiated as:
>> <DGWC:GaugeContainer ID="GaugeContainer1" 
>> runat="server">...</DGWC:GaugeContainer>
>> The Dundas Gauge assembly is referenced correctly:
>> <%@ Register Assembly="DundasWebGauge" 
>> Namespace="Dundas.Gauges.WebControl" TagPrefix="DGWC" %>
>> The CodeFile (Default.aspx.py) contains some simple functions, but 
>> the one that throws an error is part of the Page_Load function:
>> def Page_Load(sender,e):
>>     if not IsPostBack:
>>         gauge = GaugeContainer1
>>         gauge.Callback += GaugeContainer1_Callback
>> The third line (gauge = GaugeContainer1) results in the following 
>> parse error:
>> *Parser Error Message: *cannot access protected member 
>> GaugeContainer1 without a python subclass of default_aspx
>> Any ideas what is causing this error?
>> Many thanks in advance for any assistance you can offer.
>> Kind regards, Kurt

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