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BUG - web service proxy generation

Using Visual Studio.Net...
I have two classes, one derives from the other.
My web service accepts the base class as input, it returns the derived class
as the return value.
When I set a web reference to that web service, the web service proxy is
incorrect! It creates its own version of the base class fine, but when it
creates its own version of the derived class, it shows it as simply deriving
from the base, but its own members are not there.
Here are my classes, then I'll show the web proxy portion...
using System;

///TODO: write comments.
namespace FunHouse.Busine ss
{
/// <summary>
/// This class serves as input parameters for the Fun.
/// </summary>
public class FunParameters
{
private string _transId = "";
private string _refereeYYYYMMD D = "";
private float _arm = 0f;
private float _srmp = 0f;
private string _rahYYYYMMDD = "";

public string TransId
{
get{return _transId;}
set{_transId = value;}
}

public string RefereeYYYYMMDD
{
get{return _refereeYYYYMMD D;}
set{_refereeYYY YMMDD = value;}
}

public System.Single ARM
{
get{return _arm;}
set{_arm = value;}
}

public System.Single SRMP
{
get{return _srmp;}
set{_srmp = value;}
}

public string RahYYYYMMDD
{
get{return _rahYYYYMMDD;}
set{_rahYYYYMMD D = value;}
}

}//end class
/// <summary>
/// Serves as Fun output parameters. Extends FunParameters.
/// </summary>
public class FunParametersOu t : FunParameters
{
private string _testingYYYYMMD D = "";

private Int32 _calculationRet urnCode = 0;

private string _calculationRet urnMessage = "";

public FunParametersOu t()
{
_testingYYYYMMD D = "";
_calculationRet urnCode = 0;
_calculationRet urnMessage = "";

}

public string testingYYYYMMDD
{
get
{
return _testingYYYYMMD D;
}
}
public Int32 CalculationRetu rnCode
{
get{return _calculationRet urnCode;}
}

public string CalculationRetu rnMessage
{
get{return _calculationRet urnMessage;}
}

protected internal void SettestingYYYYM MDD(string realignmentDate )
{
_testingYYYYMMD D = realignmentDate ;
}

protected internal void SetCalculationR eturnCode(Int32 returnCode)
{
_calculationRet urnCode = returnCode;
}

protected internal void SetCalculationR eturnMessage(st ring returnMessage)
{
_calculationRet urnMessage = returnMessage;
}
}
}//end namespace

Here is the proxy generated by Visual Studio.Net...
//--------------------------------------------------------------------------
----
// <autogenerate d>
// This code was generated by a tool.
// Runtime Version: 1.0.3705.288
//
// Changes to this file may cause incorrect behavior and will be lost if
// the code is regenerated.
// </autogenerated>
//--------------------------------------------------------------------------
----

//
// This source code was auto-generated by Microsoft.VSDes igner, Version
1.0.3705.288.
//
namespace Fun33.localhost {
using System.Diagnost ics;
using System.Xml.Seri alization;
using System;
using System.Web.Serv ices.Protocols;
using System.Componen tModel;
using System.Web.Serv ices;
/// <remarks/>
[System.Diagnost ics.DebuggerSte pThroughAttribu te()]
[System.Componen tModel.Designer CategoryAttribu te("code")]
[System.Web.Serv ices.WebService BindingAttribut e(Name="Service 1Soap",
Namespace="http ://tempuri.org/")]
public class Service1 :
System.Web.Serv ices.Protocols. SoapHttpClientP rotocol {

/// <remarks/>
public Service1() {
this.Url = "http://localhost/websvc1/service1.asmx";
}

/// <remarks/>

[System.Web.Serv ices.Protocols. SoapDocumentMet hodAttribute("h ttp://tempuri.o
rg/HaveFun", RequestNamespac e="http://tempuri.org/",
ResponseNamespa ce="http://tempuri.org/",
Use=System.Web. Services.Descri ption.SoapBindi ngUse.Literal,
ParameterStyle= System.Web.Serv ices.Protocols. SoapParameterSt yle.Wrapped)]
public FunParametersOu t HaveFun(FunPara meters input) {
object[] results = this.Invoke("Ha veFun", new object[] {
input});
return ((FunParameters Out)(results[0]));
}

/// <remarks/>
public System.IAsyncRe sult BeginHaveFun(Fu nParameters input,
System.AsyncCal lback callback, object asyncState) {
return this.BeginInvok e("HaveFun", new object[] {
input}, callback, asyncState);
}

/// <remarks/>
public FunParametersOu t EndHaveFun(Syst em.IAsyncResult asyncResult)
{
object[] results = this.EndInvoke( asyncResult);
return ((FunParameters Out)(results[0]));
}
}

/// <remarks/>

[System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlTy peAttribute(Nam espace="http://tempuri.org/")]
[System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlIn cludeAttribute( typeof(FunParam etersOut))]
public class FunParameters {

/// <remarks/>
public string TransId;

/// <remarks/>
public string RefereeYYYYMMDD ;

/// <remarks/>
public System.Single ARM;

/// <remarks/>
public System.Single SRMP;

/// <remarks/>
public string RahYYYYMMDD;
}

/// <remarks/>
HERE IS THE ERROR, THE DERIVED CLASS IS INCOMPLETE

[System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlTy peAttribute(Nam espace="http://tempuri.org/")]
public class FunParametersOu t : FunParameters {
}
}
-- Marty
Nov 17 '05 #1
3 1969
Actually it is not incomplete. In FunParametersOu t your other properties
are read-only (no set) or protected. As for the other fields off
FunParametersOu t (the ones inherited from FunParameters), they are handled
through the base class.

--
Kevin Cunningham
Software Architects, Inc.

"Marty McDonald" <mc******@wsdot .wa.gov> wrote in message
news:Oe******** ********@TK2MSF TNGP10.phx.gbl. ..
Using Visual Studio.Net...
I have two classes, one derives from the other.
My web service accepts the base class as input, it returns the derived class as the return value.
When I set a web reference to that web service, the web service proxy is
incorrect! It creates its own version of the base class fine, but when it
creates its own version of the derived class, it shows it as simply deriving from the base, but its own members are not there.
Here are my classes, then I'll show the web proxy portion...
using System;

///TODO: write comments.
namespace FunHouse.Busine ss
{
/// <summary>
/// This class serves as input parameters for the Fun.
/// </summary>
public class FunParameters
{
private string _transId = "";
private string _refereeYYYYMMD D = "";
private float _arm = 0f;
private float _srmp = 0f;
private string _rahYYYYMMDD = "";

public string TransId
{
get{return _transId;}
set{_transId = value;}
}

public string RefereeYYYYMMDD
{
get{return _refereeYYYYMMD D;}
set{_refereeYYY YMMDD = value;}
}

public System.Single ARM
{
get{return _arm;}
set{_arm = value;}
}

public System.Single SRMP
{
get{return _srmp;}
set{_srmp = value;}
}

public string RahYYYYMMDD
{
get{return _rahYYYYMMDD;}
set{_rahYYYYMMD D = value;}
}

}//end class
/// <summary>
/// Serves as Fun output parameters. Extends FunParameters.
/// </summary>
public class FunParametersOu t : FunParameters
{
private string _testingYYYYMMD D = "";

private Int32 _calculationRet urnCode = 0;

private string _calculationRet urnMessage = "";

public FunParametersOu t()
{
_testingYYYYMMD D = "";
_calculationRet urnCode = 0;
_calculationRet urnMessage = "";

}

public string testingYYYYMMDD
{
get
{
return _testingYYYYMMD D;
}
}
public Int32 CalculationRetu rnCode
{
get{return _calculationRet urnCode;}
}

public string CalculationRetu rnMessage
{
get{return _calculationRet urnMessage;}
}

protected internal void SettestingYYYYM MDD(string realignmentDate )
{
_testingYYYYMMD D = realignmentDate ;
}

protected internal void SetCalculationR eturnCode(Int32 returnCode)
{
_calculationRet urnCode = returnCode;
}

protected internal void SetCalculationR eturnMessage(st ring returnMessage) {
_calculationRet urnMessage = returnMessage;
}
}
}//end namespace

Here is the proxy generated by Visual Studio.Net...
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----
// <autogenerate d>
// This code was generated by a tool.
// Runtime Version: 1.0.3705.288
//
// Changes to this file may cause incorrect behavior and will be lost if // the code is regenerated.
// </autogenerated>
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----

//
// This source code was auto-generated by Microsoft.VSDes igner, Version
1.0.3705.288.
//
namespace Fun33.localhost {
using System.Diagnost ics;
using System.Xml.Seri alization;
using System;
using System.Web.Serv ices.Protocols;
using System.Componen tModel;
using System.Web.Serv ices;
/// <remarks/>
[System.Diagnost ics.DebuggerSte pThroughAttribu te()]
[System.Componen tModel.Designer CategoryAttribu te("code")]
[System.Web.Serv ices.WebService BindingAttribut e(Name="Service 1Soap",
Namespace="http ://tempuri.org/")]
public class Service1 :
System.Web.Serv ices.Protocols. SoapHttpClientP rotocol {

/// <remarks/>
public Service1() {
this.Url = "http://localhost/websvc1/service1.asmx";
}

/// <remarks/>

[System.Web.Serv ices.Protocols. SoapDocumentMet hodAttribute("h ttp://tempuri.o rg/HaveFun", RequestNamespac e="http://tempuri.org/",
ResponseNamespa ce="http://tempuri.org/",
Use=System.Web. Services.Descri ption.SoapBindi ngUse.Literal,
ParameterStyle= System.Web.Serv ices.Protocols. SoapParameterSt yle.Wrapped)]
public FunParametersOu t HaveFun(FunPara meters input) {
object[] results = this.Invoke("Ha veFun", new object[] {
input});
return ((FunParameters Out)(results[0]));
}

/// <remarks/>
public System.IAsyncRe sult BeginHaveFun(Fu nParameters input,
System.AsyncCal lback callback, object asyncState) {
return this.BeginInvok e("HaveFun", new object[] {
input}, callback, asyncState);
}

/// <remarks/>
public FunParametersOu t EndHaveFun(Syst em.IAsyncResult asyncResult) {
object[] results = this.EndInvoke( asyncResult);
return ((FunParameters Out)(results[0]));
}
}

/// <remarks/>

[System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlTy peAttribute(Nam espace="http://tempuri.org/")] [System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlIn cludeAttribute( typeof(FunParam etersOut))] public class FunParameters {

/// <remarks/>
public string TransId;

/// <remarks/>
public string RefereeYYYYMMDD ;

/// <remarks/>
public System.Single ARM;

/// <remarks/>
public System.Single SRMP;

/// <remarks/>
public string RahYYYYMMDD;
}

/// <remarks/>
HERE IS THE ERROR, THE DERIVED CLASS IS INCOMPLETE

[System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlTy peAttribute(Nam espace="http://tempuri.org/")] public class FunParametersOu t : FunParameters {
}
}
-- Marty

Nov 17 '05 #2
But FunParametersOu t does have three properties (testingYYYYMMD D,
CalculationRetu rnCode, CalculationRetu rnMessage) that should be available,
but they are not. Isn't that still an error? It would seem that a consumer
of the web service should have access to those properties.
Nov 17 '05 #3
Hello Marty,

I will look into it and reply you with my finding here. Thanks.

Best regards,
Yanhong Huang
Microsoft Online Partner Support

Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.

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!Using Visual Studio.Net...
!I have two classes, one derives from the other.
!My web service accepts the base class as input, it returns the derived
class
!as the return value.
!When I set a web reference to that web service, the web service proxy is
!incorrect! It creates its own version of the base class fine, but when it
!creates its own version of the derived class, it shows it as simply
deriving
!from the base, but its own members are not there.
!Here are my classes, then I'll show the web proxy portion...
!using System;
!
!///TODO: write comments.
!namespace FunHouse.Busine ss
!{
! /// <summary>
! /// This class serves as input parameters for the Fun.
! /// </summary>
! public class FunParameters
! {
! private string _transId = "";
! private string _refereeYYYYMMD D = "";
! private float _arm = 0f;
! private float _srmp = 0f;
! private string _rahYYYYMMDD = "";
!
! public string TransId
! {
! get{return _transId;}
! set{_transId = value;}
! }
!
! public string RefereeYYYYMMDD
! {
! get{return _refereeYYYYMMD D;}
! set{_refereeYYY YMMDD = value;}
! }
!
! public System.Single ARM
! {
! get{return _arm;}
! set{_arm = value;}
! }
!
! public System.Single SRMP
! {
! get{return _srmp;}
! set{_srmp = value;}
! }
!
! public string RahYYYYMMDD
! {
! get{return _rahYYYYMMDD;}
! set{_rahYYYYMMD D = value;}
! }
!
! }//end class
!
!
! /// <summary>
! /// Serves as Fun output parameters. Extends FunParameters.
! /// </summary>
! public class FunParametersOu t : FunParameters
! {
! private string _testingYYYYMMD D = "";
!
! private Int32 _calculationRet urnCode = 0;
!
! private string _calculationRet urnMessage = "";
!
! public FunParametersOu t()
! {
! _testingYYYYMMD D = "";
! _calculationRet urnCode = 0;
! _calculationRet urnMessage = "";
!
! }
!
! public string testingYYYYMMDD
! {
! get
! {
! return _testingYYYYMMD D;
! }
! }
!
!
! public Int32 CalculationRetu rnCode
! {
! get{return _calculationRet urnCode;}
! }
!
! public string CalculationRetu rnMessage
! {
! get{return _calculationRet urnMessage;}
! }
!
! protected internal void SettestingYYYYM MDD(string realignmentDate )
! {
! _testingYYYYMMD D = realignmentDate ;
! }
!
! protected internal void SetCalculationR eturnCode(Int32 returnCode)
! {
! _calculationRet urnCode = returnCode;
! }
!
! protected internal void SetCalculationR eturnMessage(st ring returnMessage)
! {
! _calculationRet urnMessage = returnMessage;
! }
! }
!
!
!}//end namespace
!
!Here is the proxy generated by Visual Studio.Net...
!//-------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
!----
!// <autogenerate d>
!// This code was generated by a tool.
!// Runtime Version: 1.0.3705.288
!//
!// Changes to this file may cause incorrect behavior and will be lost
if
!// the code is regenerated.
!// </autogenerated>
!//-------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
!----
!
!//
!// This source code was auto-generated by Microsoft.VSDes igner, Version
!1.0.3705.288.
!//
!namespace Fun33.localhost {
! using System.Diagnost ics;
! using System.Xml.Seri alization;
! using System;
! using System.Web.Serv ices.Protocols;
! using System.Componen tModel;
! using System.Web.Serv ices;
!
!
! /// <remarks/>
! [System.Diagnost ics.DebuggerSte pThroughAttribu te()]
! [System.Componen tModel.Designer CategoryAttribu te("code")]
! [System.Web.Serv ices.WebService BindingAttribut e(Name="Service 1Soap",
!Namespace="htt p://tempuri.org/")]
! public class Service1 :
!System.Web.Ser vices.Protocols .SoapHttpClient Protocol {
!
! /// <remarks/>
! public Service1() {
! this.Url = "http://localhost/websvc1/service1.asmx";
! }
!
! /// <remarks/>
!
![System.Web.Serv ices.Protocols. SoapDocumentMet hodAttribute("h ttp://tempuri.
o
!rg/HaveFun", RequestNamespac e="http://tempuri.org/",
!ResponseNamesp ace="http://tempuri.org/",
!Use=System.Web .Services.Descr iption.SoapBind ingUse.Literal,
!ParameterStyle =System.Web.Ser vices.Protocols .SoapParameterS tyle.Wrapped)]
! public FunParametersOu t HaveFun(FunPara meters input) {
! object[] results = this.Invoke("Ha veFun", new object[] {
! input});
! return ((FunParameters Out)(results[0]));
! }
!
! /// <remarks/>
! public System.IAsyncRe sult BeginHaveFun(Fu nParameters input,
!System.AsyncCa llback callback, object asyncState) {
! return this.BeginInvok e("HaveFun", new object[] {
! input}, callback, asyncState);
! }
!
! /// <remarks/>
! public FunParametersOu t EndHaveFun(Syst em.IAsyncResult asyncResult)
!{
! object[] results = this.EndInvoke( asyncResult);
! return ((FunParameters Out)(results[0]));
! }
! }
!
! /// <remarks/>
!
![System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlTy peAttribute(Nam espace="http://tempuri.org/")
]
!
[System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlIn cludeAttribute( typeof(FunParam etersOut))]
! public class FunParameters {
!
! /// <remarks/>
! public string TransId;
!
! /// <remarks/>
! public string RefereeYYYYMMDD ;
!
! /// <remarks/>
! public System.Single ARM;
!
! /// <remarks/>
! public System.Single SRMP;
!
! /// <remarks/>
! public string RahYYYYMMDD;
! }
!
! /// <remarks/>
!HERE IS THE ERROR, THE DERIVED CLASS IS INCOMPLETE
!
![System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlTy peAttribute(Nam espace="http://tempuri.org/")
]
! public class FunParametersOu t : FunParameters {
! }
!}
!-- Marty
!
!
!

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