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I have PCS application which is having DAL and Modal layer which is done in MVC3 architecture.Need to create the WCF service, can i use PCS dll in WCF for accessing DAL and modal objects.I tried
       public List<> GetCountry()
            List<> lst = new List<>();
            lst[0].CountryName = "India";
           return lst;
WCF Test Client says
"GetCountry operation  is not supported because it uses the type PCSMVC.Country[]"
,please help me on this.
Posted 13-Jul-12 7:22am
Edited 13-Jul-12 7:56am
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Trak4Net at 13-Jul-12 15:37pm
From your error message it looks like PCSMVC.Country[] is an array. It looks like you are trying to use it as if it is an object. What is the definition for PCSMVC.Country ? Is it a collection or a single object with properties.

Also, you initialize your list and try accessing first object in list when you haven't added anything to the list yet, I would imagine if it reached that line of code you would get an index out of range error, since the list contains no items.

public List<> GetCountry()

List<> lst = new List<>();
//should add an object of (can initialize properties also)
lst.Add(new { CountryName = "India" });
return lst;
or you can do it this way...

public List<> GetCountry()

List<> lst = new List<>();
//should add an object of
//now the list contains the object and you can access it
lst[0].CountryName = "India";
return lst;
chkrvrthy at 16-Jul-12 9:10am
Thanqu, I got it.

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