Silverlight service reference not updating
If you had other config sections, you have just lost them.The VS IDE is much smarter about diffing the .config files first.Get Data();for comments or suggestions you may always reply to my email : [email protected] in advancegrtz G hi :)i did everything by the book, and the same way mentioned here, but i keep getting the following error"Could not find default endpoint element that references contract 'WCF_Service. IProduct Service' in the Service Model client configuration section.This might be because no configuration file was found for your application, or because no endpoint element matching this contract could be found in the client element."my client has the end point the same way mention here i have made sure that config contatins the config info.am i missing, please if u know any answer just reply here or to my email:)Basem Sayej hi i am also getting the same error please help me out ,"Could not find default endpoint element that references contract 'WCF_Service. IProduct Service' in the Service Model client configuration section.
thanks a lot Xiali We have problems with refresh Service Reference.If the service implementation changes without data- or service contract (method signature) changes, you don't need to do anything at the client.If the contract or address has changed, however, you need to re-generate your proxy and may need to update your configuration. Remember again, to copy the config section into your executing assembly if you are operating in a class library.Where do you get the Endpoint Configuration Name from? One of the nice advantages of using a service reference over a web reference is that you have complete control over the channel stack, security, protocols, etc. The generated configuration mimics the service's configuration on the server.The things to understand are: Again, remember to copy these sections into the executing assembly's .config file!
I also recommend to clean up previous versions of the Service Reference section (with different names), possibly generated by multiple runs of the Add Reference tool, and only leave the most current one in place. If you have done it with , then the Service Class file and output.config file will be generated in the svc folder.