I am using an older version of csla (2.14). To date I have done my work in VB and I am switching to c#. I have business classes written in VB that I converted to c#. The problem I am having is that in the c# versions of my code I cannot reference methods or properties from the base class using my derived class. For example I have a derived class I call "GlobalListItems" this class inherits the BusinessListBase class. The type for this list is a derived class I call "GlobalListItem" and this class inherits the BusinessBase class. In another class I instantiate the GlobalListItems. I can access the methods I created in the derived class but I cannot access any of the methods or properties of the base class "BusinessListBase". For example if I want to know the count of items in the collection I would reference the "Count" property using my instantiated derived class, but "Count" does not show up on intellisense and I get an error when I use that property name. In the VB version of these classes I do not have this problem. What am I missing? Thanks.
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