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MSAJAX BUG: overrides of toString() and other methods present in Object do not propagate to derived

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MSAJAX: overrides of toString() and other Object methods do not propagate to derived classes
In a class hierarchy built with MSAjax we seem to be unable to propagate an override of toString and other methods found in Object down to derived classes.
My idea is to have a parent class which overrides toString() and then have derived classes that would inherit the toString implementation from the parent. Here's a repro:

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