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A question about Service.Dependencies

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SQL Server 2008 Dev SP1 (Dev2008) + SQL Server Express with advanced services 2008 (RTM)

Visual Studio 2008 Standard

I am studying (again) the Service class ( namespace Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Wmi ) and i have some problems with the Dependencies property;For each service , i obtain that the Dependencies StringCollection has only one string ( value = System.String[] ), which is a surprising value.

Here is my code :

     static void Main(string[] args)
        String[] p_strarray = null;
        Boolean p_boolean = false;
        Int32 p_i = 0;
        Property p_prop0 = null;
        String p_s = "";
        Service p_service = null;
        if ( !CommonCls.AppInit("en-US") )
          goto EndOfProgram;
        ManagedComputer p_mc = new Managed

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