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Can a table name impact generating the service client when creating Service Reference?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 29, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WCF
 

I have a new WCF service I'm writing under VS2010 and IIS 7.5.  The service includes a table named Client.

When I built my test class and added the service reference, the first test was confirming the creation of the client.

My service reference did not generate any client that I could call .Open on!!!! I was wondering if it is due to that table name???

 Edited to add that I tested the service through the browser and it brings up the page and XAML fine.

Thanks for any assistance!




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