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Adding Service Reference to a custom module

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    I am having a issue when I create a service refernce within a custom module.  The service refernce gets created and it generated code as usual.  But the problem I am having is when I copy the system.service model section from web.config that was created in my module to the actual web.config - I get the green squiggly of death. The error says: "Warning        The 'contract' attribute is invalid - The value 'FedExServiceRef.RatePortType' is invalid according to its datatype 'clientContractType' - The Enumeration constraint failed."  I can recreate the error by simply creating another web forms project and renaming the contract portion.  Or by just renaming the contract portion within my custom module.  I have tryed to rename it to : fully qualified name like :DotNetNuke.Modules.BC_CustomerCart.[rest is whatever was put in by creation.].  I cannot make the green squiggly go away or even connect to the service.

    Any help is appreciated.

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      Can you provide an example of the code you are trying to use?
      Mitchel Sellers
      Technology Advisory Group Leader
      CEO @ IowaComputerGurus, Inc. a DNN & .NET Solutions Provider
      Technical Blog: MitchelSellers.com

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        Thanks for the reply - but I guess its the case of the green squiggly everywhere else in a dnn application.
        It was my problem as far as connecting to service.
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