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How to pass an exception object to Webservices. Error: use the xmlinclude or soapinclude...

I wrote a webservices that should accept an exception object and log
info to a db. When I call the function in my webservices class I get an
error:

The type System.DivideBy ZeroException was not expected. Use the
XmlInclude or SoapInclude attribute to specify types that are not known
statically

Is it possible to pass an exception object as a parameter to
webservices??

What am I doing wrong?

Heres a function that calls the webservice..
private void ErrorTest()
{
try
{
int i = 0;
i = 3 / i;
}
catch(Exception ex)
{
this.Label1.Tex t = exWebservices.L ogError(ex);
}
}
Heres the declaration of the webservice function:
[WebMethod]
public string LogError(Except ion ex)
{

//log ex.tostring to db...
}

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