2.0 web service proxy - enumerated type

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by jjoy, Sep 22, 2006.

  1. jjoy

    jjoy Guest

    After upgrading to 2.0/VS2005, one of the web services we consume no
    longer worked. It defines an enumerated type that is then used in
    several classes within the proxy code. The proxy code now defines the
    enumerated type as System.Nullable, but values are now always passed
    through as null.
    Is this a known issue? I had to edit the proxy to remove the
    System.Nullable and it works fine. However, now I have to be careful
    whenever I refresh the web service.
    It looks like we may have to request a change in the web service from
    the vendor unless this is a known issue with a fix coming.
    Anyone have insight?
     
    jjoy, Sep 22, 2006
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