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This is the C# file that contains all of the code relating to the service reference. Look inside and you will see your DataContext and all of your Entities, valium craiglist. Rx free valium, Note that your entities don't fire property changed events, but they do define partial methods:
public string City
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this._City = value;
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partial void OnCityChanged();


This is an XML file that defines, order valium from mexican pharmacy, Order valium online overnight delivery no prescription, among other things, each of the entities in your service reference:
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<PropertyRef Name="ID" />
<Property Name="ID" Type="Edm.Int32" Nullable="false" />
<Property Name="Line1" Type="Edm.String" Nullable="true" />
<Property Name="Line2" Type="Edm.String" Nullable="true" />
<Property Name="City" Type="Edm.String" Nullable="true" />
<Property Name="Country" Type="Edm.String" Nullable="true" />

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In order to make the namespace of the generated file match the namespace of your service classes, you need to put this template into a top level folder that matches the name of your service reference. Valium in mexico, The template will use that directory name to find the edmx file in question:

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  1. Ruskin Dantra

    4 April 2009 at 11:28 am

    T4 templates are great although have you considered doing the same with simple AOP? Like the PostSharp framework? Considering looking at the article…

    • Rob

      4 April 2009 at 1:46 pm

      Hi Ruskin.

      I have always wanted to play with PostSharp, and it’s great to see that it works so well for things like NotifyPropertyChanged. Unfortunately I’m working within a “low third party usage” project, so wouldn’t be able to use PostSharp in this case, although it’s clearly applicable to more than just Astoria clients.

      Does PostSharp work on silverlight projects?

  2. Ruskin Dantra

    6 April 2009 at 9:17 am

    I actually haven’t tried it first hand but states that it works :)

  3. james klett

    28 January 2013 at 11:40 pm

    I have been searching all over the web for all the answers to this problem and have found all kinds of solutions to this problem and not liked any of them becuase they are all just way to complex for such a simple thing. I makes a guy very frustrated at MS for not at least providing an option like “Generate PropertyChange Notification? yes/no”

    Anyway, this is EXACTLY what i was looking for.

    Also the funny thing is that i have been waiting for a good freason to use partial methiods but hjad not found one yet