How To Add A New Web Service To The Project

Jan 15th, 2010, 10:40 AM

I just upgraded my Web Project from 2003 to 2008 and whenever I add a new Web Service to my project I get the following error:

Error 40 Field or property 'ConformsTo' is not found.The line it highlights is this one:


This line is auto-generated by VS, but defaults to an error. I have searched everywhere and cannot find an answer


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2. If I am to use WCF Data Services, how is serialization handled (if at all) - again I know how to do something in ASMX web services

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Nov 24, 2009 12:47 PM

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May 25, 2010 11:14 PM

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<setting name="SMSLibrary2x_TAMService_UserService" serializeAs="String">

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So, In the SMSLibrary2xTests web.config file, I have this:


However when my unit tests run, always pick up the URL of the web service that I defined when I added the Web Reference to the SMSLibrary2x DLL project, which is fine for design time, but not appropriate when I want to point to different versions at deploy time (dev, QA, prod, etc). I just can't seem to get it to pick up the proper URL.

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I mean no web-service reference/setting is added to the class library and instead it needs to be picked from the web project.

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The setup project installs and completes succesfully but I don't actually see my service in the services.msc window?

Does someone have a link showing the correct way of creating a setup project for a windows service in VS2008.

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I am maintaining a web site project in VS2005 and have to call a new web service on a remote server. I've done add web reference, and created the .wsdl and .discomap files in the app_webReference folder. When I try to create a object representing the web service in the code ( wsnamespace.serviceName ws = new wsnamespce.serviceName(); ) the code wouldn't compile.

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