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Old June 19th, 2008, 06:12 PM
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I think there's something missing in the construction of ServiceB in Chapter 3.

I don't think you mention that you need to add SetInterval to the definition of ServiceBOperations so that it looks like this:

    public class ServiceBOperations : PortSet<DsspDefaultLookup, DsspDefaultDrop, Get, SetInterval>

At the bottom of page 117 you mention that this will be discussed further in the Update section (pages 133 - 134) but I didn't see it in that section or anywhere else...did I just miss it?

Without that change, ServiceA won't build because the ServiceBOperations Proxy doesn't provide a SetInterval operation.


Old June 23rd, 2008, 08:09 PM
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Hi Dave,

Yes, I think you are correct. You definitely need the SetInterval operation.

I guess the sample code should be trusted more than the code in the text.

Sorry for the omission.


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