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Default The 'contract' attribute is invalid. The value '####.Services.SessionPool' is invalid

I have almost developed a website using Dot net, C#, Jquery, Javascript etc. Now, for having chat among visitors, we picked the AJAX code from https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/CSAS...bChat-c4c9b8fe and customized it...

When we see the demo in there, it successfully shows the chatboxes and implements the chats well... But we couldn't able to integrate it with our already built web application (Web forms and not MVC). Since we get no errors, its very hard to predict the issue clearly. Do I have to make some changes in web.config?

Getting a warning alone which is

Warning 1 The 'contract' attribute is invalid - The value 'PlayZone.Services.SessionPool' is invalid according to its datatype 'serviceContractType' - The Enumeration constraint failed. E:\Projects\PlayZoneJUNE04\PlayZone\Web.config 57 48 PlayZone

Actually, I took the code from MSDN and pasted it successfully. The problem seems to occur in the Web.Config's service region.


<service name="WebChat.Services.Transition">
<endpoint address="" behaviorConfiguration="Sever.Services.TransitionAs pNetAjaxBehavior"
binding="webHttpBinding" contract="WebChat.Services.Transition" />
<service name="WebChat.Services.SessionPool">
<endpoint address="" behaviorConfiguration="Sever.Services.SessionPoolA spNetAjaxBehavior"
binding="webHttpBinding" contract="WebChat.Services.SessionPool" />

Here are the overall details
i) I downloaded Ajax based group chat, which was done following the procedures on the page https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/CSAS...c9b8fe#content.
ii) The sample alone as a separate site works fine... But when combined with my website code, it shows the warnings and the chat is not working.
iii) Our Dot net framework version is 4.5... but the web chat's framework on MSDN shows version 4 when run alone.
iv) Server - IIS (Local machine)
Hope this helps you to understand further. Thanks for your concern and have a nice day ahead.
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