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Why this error occurs after adding Assembly References as well:
“The type or namespace name ‘Example’ does not exist in the namespace ‘Abt.Controls.SciChart’ (are you missing an assembly reference?)”?


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Thanks for your enquiry about SciChart.

Concerning your issue, seems like code from you app is trying to reach something from our Example project. Then to work it out you’ll have either add reference to our Example project to your app, or remove the internal dependencies on the Example project.

It might be difficult to figure out many things when you start working with something new. Therefore, you’ll probably find many answers to your questions in our documentation or somewhere among the tutorials.

Let us know if this helps, or if you need any further assistance.
We’ll be glad to help.

Kind regards,
– Olya

  • rajanikanthat
    Thank you Olya, but issues still remains, i have added a all references it expects from the Example project, and have no idea what it still expects? Can you please tell me how to remove internal dependencies of the Example project? I am using SciChart for WPF in VS 2012.
  • Olya
    Hi,Hm, could you please take a look at our Building a Simple Line chart section, we’d advice start building you project following the steps from that documentation chapter. This way you would clearly see how to use our Libs and other resources and soon will be able to develop something more complicated.Let us know on you progress, we'd be happy to hear you got SciChart working!Best regards, - Olya
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