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Hello I created a application page in visual studio 2010. Now i want to mapp this to our master page. the default master page is, applicationv4.master. Now to map this to our application page? I changed in the application page for the dynamicmasterpagefile attribute in the Page directive as DynamicMasterPageFile = "~/_layouts/application.master" . After deploying the solution i am getting following error. enter image description here

How to avoid this. I searched a lot, but didn't find solution.

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I found the soulution for my problem. Following is the final markup.

<%@ Page Language="C#" DynamicMasterPageFile="~masterurl/default.master" Inherits="AppPages.Layouts.AppPages.ApplicationPage1"   EnableViewState="false" EnableViewStateMac="false"    %> 

Removed codebehind file, and added enableviewstate and enableviewstatemac attributes. Just copied from the viewlists.aspx page page directive

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If you solved the problem stated in your original question, you should mark this answer as accepted answer to help future visitors. –  Benny Skogberg Apr 3 '14 at 6:28

Can you try to update MasterPageFile property to new masterpage. This works perfectly fine in one of my application pages.<%@ Page language="C#" MasterPageFile="~/_layouts/MCPT/Collaboration.Master" Inherits="Collaboration.Tool.ApplicationPages.ChangePassword" EnableViewState="true" EnableViewStateMac="true"%>

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@Nadeem.. need to change any thing in the tag provided by you? When I copy paste the same thing the error is still showing. –  Mihir Sep 6 '12 at 13:26
@Mihir, you need to specify MasterPageFile attribute instead of DynamicMasterPageFile atrribute. Also, make sure you are specifying the proper path. –  Nadeem Yousuf Sep 6 '12 at 13:37

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