Bug? v3 Drop (build 27) Request and Reponse Message Contracts are inverse

Topics: General Discussion Forum, Service Factory Modeling Edition Forum
Apr 21, 2007 at 4:31 PM
hi everyone, does anyone have this problem?

I did the Walkthrough at section Model the service and step

16.In the toolbox, click on the ConnectTool and click-drag from DemandRequest to GetDemandRequirements.
17.In the toolbox. click on the "ConnectTool" again and click-drag from the operation to the response message.
and then after did "Generate Code" i get the result in file "PartsMgmtServiceContract.cs"

WCF::ServiceContract(Namespace = "http://boeing.com/scm/2007/04 ", Name = "PartsMgmtServiceContract", SessionMode = WCF::SessionMode.Allowed)
public partial interface IPartsMgmtServiceContract
{

WCF::FaultContract(typeof(Implementation.DemandNotEstablishedFault))

WCF::OperationContract(IsTerminating = true, IsInitiating = true, IsOneWay = false, AsyncPattern = false, Action = "")
DemandRequest GetRequirementDemand(DemandResponse request);) << inverse? bug?

}
Apr 23, 2007 at 3:15 AM
I had the same issue, I assume it is related to the Known Issues 6.

Known Issue 6: Unfortunately the request and response message properties in the operation's property window are backwards. This will be fixed in the next drop.
Apr 23, 2007 at 3:44 AM

gbrewer wrote:
I had the same issue, I assume it is related to the Known Issues 6.

Known Issue 6: Unfortunately the request and response message properties in the operation's property window are backwards. This will be fixed in the next drop.


gbrewer, thanks a lot :)
I look forward to seeing next Drop
Apr 30, 2007 at 5:28 PM
This is still a known issue in the latest drop (38).

Ade