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Old 04-01-2010, 04:05 AM
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I have created a web service project called mjs.web.service with one function called GetProject which creates and returns a projectinfo object. The project info object is defined in a shared project called mjs.win.shared.
I have also created a third project called mjs.win.business. Within this project is a product object which calls the GetProject method of the reference web service. My problem is this...
When creating a reference to the web service it would appear that the Getproject function will return me a mjs.win.business.service.projectinfo object NOT a mjs.win.shared.projectinfo object as expected.
Does anybody know how I can get my web service to return me the required object type so I can use it when it is returned?
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