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Default Can not find the Add-In on the context Menu.

In the article it is written as: "The add-in is accessible by right-clicking the Visual Studio project, and then selecting the WSE Settings 2.0... option on the context menu."

But for me, I am not able to find this add in...

I installed "wse 2.0" and also "wse 3.0" but in both of the cases, I was not able to find this add-in.

Further I tried working with option from "Strat->All Programs->Microsoft WSE 2.0->Configuration Tool". I checked both the check box. and saved the web.config to respective locations. But still I am facing a problem.

As I got to know that using this Add-In menu, the proxy class is generated by itself.

We can get a class named "Sevice1Wse" which is automatically generated by checking these check box. And then we can use this line of code to use the object "proxy":
SampleWSE.Service1Wse proxy = new SecureWSClient.SampleWSE.Service1Wse();

But for me, I am not able to get this "Service1Wse".

For this proxy class, I tried working on "wsewsdl2.exe". It is generating the "proxy.cs" file. but at the folder where I am executing this command. I dont know where exactly this "Service1Wse" code is to be placed. Also I believe, this auto generated proxy class is much different from the one which is generated using command prompt.

Please please tell me how to do at least one of them:

1. To find the "Add-In" of "WSE-2.0" in the context menu.
2. To find the place where should the proxy class "Service1Wse" be put which I am able to generate using Command Prompt so that I can use this proxy class to use the code:
"SampleWSE.Service1Wse proxy = new SecureWSClient.SampleWSE.Service1Wse();"


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