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Hi Jkirkerx

Thanks for your posting. I tried it the code compiles fine but the same error I described earlier arises from the asmx at runtime

Error
Types 'Library.DataModel.HardwareOrder.ResponseSet' and 'Library.DataModel.ProduceOrder.ResponseSet' both use the XML type name, 'ResponseSet', from namespace 'http://MyTest.com/'. Use XML attributes to specify a unique XML name and/or namespace for the type.


When serializing to xml or json the class works fine but in SOAP things start to get a little ugly.

I found a solution that makes it work by adding the following XmlElement tags to the routines.

<WebMethod()>
    Public Function SubmitHardwareOrder(<XmlElement("Parameters", Namespace:="http://MyTest.com/HardwareOrder.Parameters")> Parameters As DataModel.HardwareOrder.Parameters) As XmlElement("ResponseSet", Namespace:="http://MyTest.com/HardwareOrder.ResponseSet")> DataModel.HardwareOrder.ResponseSet
	'other code logic here
	End Function
	
	<WebMethod()>
    Public Function SubmitProduceOrder(<XmlElement("Parameters", Namespace:="http://MyTest.com/ProduceOrder.Parameters")> Parameters As DataModel.ProduceOrder.Parameters) As XmlElement("ResponseSet", Namespace:="http://MyTest.com/ProduceOrder.ResponseSet")> DataModel.ProduceOrder.ResponseSet
	'other code logic here
	End Function


I note that yes the above makes it work but its not beautiful because when you generate your web reference in visual studio the generated class does not have levels eg not not do this "DataModel.ProduceOrder.ResponseSet" instead its just "ResponseSet" and so next time it sees another class called "ResponseSet" it renames it to "ResponseSet1" and next time "ResponseSet2" and so on. So if you are working of a large complicated namespace/class with many levels the web references created wont be overly intuitive if naming is not unique.

Clearly SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) is just that simple and this endeavor hits it's limitations bang on.

The foreseeable options are
-consume the webservice as per my above example with the inconvenience of none intuitive naming
-modify the class or create a separate duplicated class just for SOAP webservice
-use SOAP differently with passing/returning literals/datasets not strictly working of object model
-modify or build the wsdl class manually (this is the biggest time waster! I stay well away from wsdls that dont work as is especially if not generated by visual studio)
-just use xml or json and stream the data back via a handler
-use something else WCF?
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