Hi guys, I have an amateurish question here that I'm frustrated I don't know
the answer too. Let me spell it out.
I have a class that is exposed as a webservice as such:
[Webservice (Namespace = "http://myurl.com <http://myurl.com/> ")]
public class MyClass
Public struct dataStruct
Public string dataName;
Public string dataValue;
Public List<dataStruct> myMethod(List<dataStruct>
The webmethod has a member that is a simple structure (dataStruct). It
contains a method (myMethod) that accepts a generic List of dataStructs.
When I consume this method, and attempt to make use of the myMethod, I will
need to pass in a parameter of type List<dataStruct>, and it is here that I
In the calling class, how do I instantiate a variable of type
List<dataStruct> so that I can pass it into the method? I think I need to
create an object in the MyClass of type List<dataStruct> and instantiate it
in the Constructor, so that when I create a MyClass object, I will have
access to the dataStruct type, but that didn't seem to work (possibly
because I was doing I wrong).
Thanks in advance for anyone who can both follow this, and help me out!!!