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'nonNegativeInteger' is an invalid value for the XmlElementAttribute.DataType property. nonNegativeInteger cannot be converted to System.Int32.

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I am getting the following error when I try and load my Web Service

'nonNegativeInteger' is an invalid value for the XmlElementAttribute.DataType property. nonNegativeInteger cannot be converted to System.Int32.

        [XmlElement(DataType="nonNegativeInteger", Order=0, ElementName="AmountInEuroCent")]
        public int AmountInEuroCent
        {
            get { return amountInEuroCent; }
            set
            {
                if ((amountInEuroCent != value))
                {
                    amountInEuroCent = value;
                    RaisePropertyChanged("AmountInEuroCent");
                }
            }
        }

The above Property appears to be the issue. I guess I could change it to a string but then that really wouldn't be ideal. As I would then have to do loads of conversions from string to int.

Any ideas?
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