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April 08, 2009

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Unpsoken

Thanks for this informative post. Had the same problem. Altough I do not understand what is this pre-generated assembly. What it has to do with serialization?

Unpsoken

One more thing: You could still have the rest of the excepcions thrown out, if you only unchec the BindingFailure exception.

dosh_Man

Very kind of you to have thought of helping others with this post. Also intelligent keywords to ensure it is easily found.

What planet do the people who write microsoft's error messages hail from?

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