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The app in question was originally created before UPD 2 I believe but it ran just fine after applying UPD 2. Like I said I think I screwed it up either adding an extension or reference from lightswitch 2011 or VS 2010 tutorials. Either that or by downloading a few extensions such as document toolkit. I've unloaded and reloaded the project and removed a few references that I knew were added when I added a few extensions. Thanks for your help and I don't know what to do except maybe create a new project and copy files from the project that won't build.
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