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Default Defining Methods for a WebService

Hi mates,
        Im an ASP.NET programmer(Beginner*).I have a problem while creating ASP.NET WebServices.
the error is as follows...
c:\inetpub\wwwroot\Universal Logon\Service1.asmx.vb(3): Attribute specifier is not a complete statement. Use a line continuation to apply the attribute to the following statement.
The code from where this error is generated is..
<WebService(Namespace:="http://WebServices/universal logon" Description:="This webservice validates user credentials.")> _

* The closing tag(>) is underlined By a blue coloured line.

I shall be highly thankful if anyone help me.







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