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Warning about Destination with the same Identifier

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Postby dannyjor on Tue Feb 10th, 2009

I get a warning every time I compile my LaTeX project that says this.
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pdfTeX warning (ext4): destination with the same identifier (name{page.})
                       has been already used, duplicate ignored.
<to be read again>

How do I interpret this warning? Is it because I have a file with the exact same name as another LaTeX related file?

We have recently finished a project involving a lot of TeXing. And now I have just used the old LaTeX project as a template for the new one. Is it possible that the two project are interfering with each other?

My document class is custom class called "05gr551c".

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Postby phi on Tue Feb 10th, 2009

See the UK TeX FAQ. If the identifier in your case is really "page.", then there is probably a page without number.
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Postby TriKri on Fri Apr 26th, 2013

I'm also having this problem. On the page you linked to, the solution seems to be to give the optional parameter [plainpages=false] to the hyperref package (that is, \usepackage[plainpages=false]{hyperref} instead of just \usepackage{hyperref}). Doing so, however, doesn't have any effect.

I'm using \pagenumbering{gobble} to turn the page numbering off, and still I'm getting this warning. If I don't have any page numbers, why does LaTeX give the page an identifier that is based on the page number?
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