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The following code generates these two troubleshooting tips in vb.net
The code builds with no errors.
The locals window lists everything under OrderContext as "Nothing", 0.0 or "False" when it stop on the line which attempts to set address1.
 
Troubleshooting tips:
"Use the new keyword to create an object instance."
"Check to determine if the object is null before calling the method."
 

[code begin]
Imports TETest.com.nusa.cd.te2_ks
Public Class Form1
    Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
        Dim PEService As New PayService
        Dim OrderContext As New com.nicusa.cdc.tpe2_ks.WSOrderContext
 
        OrderContext.customer.address.address1 = "1233 Test Dr."
        OrderContext.customer.address.city = "Test City"
        OrderContext.customer.address.state = "KS"
        OrderContext.customer.address.zip = "66999"
[code end]
 
[edit]code block added[/edit]
Posted 27-Nov-12 12:36pm
Edited 27-Nov-12 12:56pm
Nelek63.5K
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Solution 1

Does the constructor New com.nicusa.cdc.tpe2_ks.WSOrderContext also create an instance of customer, or is OrderContext.customer Nothing?
I guess that's what happens. Hence, also construct a customer object, and likely also an address object, and set the properties.
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