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WCF Dynamic Proxy and Custom Types / Collections

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Hi, i'm trying to dynamically invoke WF4 operations trough this utility ( http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/netfxsamples/Wiki/Print.aspx?title=WCF%20samples&version=8&action=Print ) since the wf interface changes depending on the activity used (and i'm going to run ~100  custom workflows. The problem is that i'm not able to customize the collection type like you do with wcf-> Add Service References ( and it uses arrays of fixed size): this breaks my EF4 POCO objects (in particular during the fixup, it finds readonly collections). How can i customize the code to use some more flexible type of collection? List or observablecollection? I should add collections types to XsdDataContractImporter.Options (ImportOptions ) [ DynamicProxyFactory.cs line 178 ] but i dont know how to find metadata generated types to specify generic collection types. If this is not possible or the solution is not a best practice, could you provide one? how can i invoke Operations on service workflows whos interface is mutable? Thanks in advance.

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