Tutorial :Getting Accessibility Error on Public Object


namespace MyApp.MyNamespace  {      public class MyClass:System.Web.UI.Page      {          private DataUtility Util = new DataUtility();          private CookieData cd = MyClass.Toolbox.GetCurrentCookieData(HttpContext.Current);          //below I get the error: "System.Web.UI.Util is unavailable due to its protection level"          private int CompanyID = Util.GetCompanyIDByUser(cd.Users);        protected override void OnLoad(EventArgs e)      {          //I'd like to use CompanyID here      }                   protected void MyEventHandler(object sender, EventArgs e)      {          //as well as here      }  }  

And here is DataUtility:

public class DataUtility  {      public DataUtility() {}      //snip      public int GetCompanyIDByUser(int UserID)      {          //snip      }  }  

I've looked and DataUility as well as the method inside of it are declared public, so I'm not sure why I am getting this error.


You cannot reference an instance field of your class in a field initializer.

Move cd = Util.GetCompanyIDByUser(cd.Users); to the class constructor, and it will work.

The reason you're getting a seemingly incorrect error message is that your Util field is conflicting with an internal type in the .Net framework. If you rename Util to util (lowercase u), you'll get a more correct error message (but that won't solve the problem unless you move the method call to the MyClass constructor, as above).


A field initializer cannot reference the non-static members of it's own class members. If you move Util = new DataUtility(), cd = ... and CompanyID = ... into a default constructor, I believe your code could work.


I just added static keyword to DataUtility initializer, and everything worked like a charm. Thanks everyone. :)

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