In most cases, when there are namespace conflicts, developers tend to use the complete qualified name in the code. For example:
This is usually okay for simple class filesassuming that there is a Calendar class in both namespaces and you need to use the custom class in many sections of the class.
However, instead of specifying the fully qualified name, you could also give an alias for the namespace and make use of it everywhere, like this:
using MyControls = MyComponent.Web.UI.WebControls;
Then, instead of using the fully-qualified name like this:
MyComponent.Web.UI.WebControls.Calender cal =
You'd be able to use the shorter aliased name, like this:
MyControls.Calender cal = new MyControls.Calender();