VS 2005 - Publish Hello World Webservice - Parse Error "Could not create type"

I have created a simple Hello World Web Sevrice using VS 2005 and then published it. but I am unable to deploy it.

I want to ship the web service application to Client without the code. But I am unable to find a way.

I have also posted it in detail on Microsoft Forms. Here is the link
http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=241043&SiteID=1

Thanx in advace for a solution
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Bob LearnedCommented:
"Could not create type", for me, usually means that I have the namespaces incorrect.

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armoghanAuthor Commented:
Got the problem figured out .. Its with the VS 2005 .. probably a bug
a work around is Do not make a Web service Project .. rather make a web site project first .. then add a web service in it. and remove the default.aspx page
NetminderCommented:
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