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Where is Reference.cs in 2005 and how to add System.Xml.Serialization.XmlRootAttribute?

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Hello -
I have a complex object which I am exposing over a webservice on our
intranet. In Visual studio 2003 I had to add
"[System.Xml.Serialization.XmlRootAttribute(Namespac e="",
IsNullable=false)]" just above my complex object in Reference.CS under area. After I did this on the client side, I was able to
load the full object including children also.

Now I am consuming the same webservice in VS 2005 developed
application. And it looks like VS 2005 still did not fix the issue of
creating correct wsdl for complex objects. I am not able to load child
objects when I deserialize the XML returned from my method calls. I
can not even able to add the XmlRootAttribute attribute in 2005 as I am
not able to find the Reference.CS file itself. Please help.


Mar 24 '06 #1
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