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Visual Studio Freeze during BizTalk project Build

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Hello,

I am trying to consume a webservice in my biztalk project. When I add a generated item, it creates an orchestration file, binding info etc.,

When I try to build and deploy this application, the visual studio just freezes. I've tried it many times but it's the same result everytime... Ive checked the webservice is working fine.

Does anyone know the answer for this...
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Thankyou so much... Such a silly bug... wasted my whole day...
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