Friday, September 25, 2009 8:50 AMHello
I have a question. I have a partial class in two .cs files. One of them is generated by a web service proxy as "reference.cs" and other one i added in order to implement class behaviour. But class scope variables in the second file is not initialized. Some code here:
public partial class ListSelector
GorevveIsTakipServisiSoapClient svc = new GorevveIsTakipServisiSoapClient();
string simplevar = string.Empty;
public void kol()
//following line generates null exception in sv variable. In addition, simplevar variable seems null too when i check it.
svc.ListPairOfIntStringCompleted += new EventHandler<ListPairOfIntStringCompletedEventArgs>(svc_ListPairOfIntStringCompleted);
void svc_ListPairOfIntStringCompleted(object sender, ListPairOfIntStringCompletedEventArgs e)
This is not a problem but just wondering. Thanks!
Friday, September 25, 2009 9:29 AMIs this perhaps an object created by WCF? (i.e. returned from a method etc). WCF (specifically, `DataContractSerializer`) does not call any constructor (strange but true). To do any extra initialization of a WCF object (usually data-contract etc), you must use a serialization callback; i.e. `[OnDeserialized]`
Marc [C# MVP]
- Marked As Answer by fatih ozturk Friday, September 25, 2009 10:12 AM
Friday, September 25, 2009 10:21 AMThanks Marc.