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I have four web services A.asmx, B.asmx, C.asmx, and D.asmx. They are each
used on a different DLL in our application. The problem I'm having is that
I have a shared DLL that prints for each of the different module DLLs in our
application. I'm trying to have one file to print since it's the same class
I'm trying to print, but I can't because they have different web references
to their respective web services version of the class.

Please help.
Joshua Moore
Jan 2 '06 #1
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