I am working on a smart device project and want to run on emulator.i have completed the application.but now i want to run it on Emulator in vs2008.
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I'm new to developing mobile apps and have hit a brick wall. I use Web Services all the time so I know I have created it correctly and it works. The issue is that i cant seem to add it to my class or form in the Smart Device Project.
When I right click I get the option to add Web Reference, I then navigate to the url and add as I normally would. When I then try to access the service I cant seem to navigat to it from code and it is not available. I have also tried adding a Web Service directly by 'Add New Item, but this file type is not available in the list of installed templates.
Any help here would be greatly appreciated.
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