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The requested service, 'http://domain.com/Service.svc' could not be activated. See the server's diagnostic trace logs for more information.

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Hello EE,

I am getting the following message while trying to access a web service:

The requested service, 'http://domain.com/Service.svc' could not be activated. See the server's diagnostic trace logs for more information.

Already did this:

<serviceHostingEnvironment>
      <baseAddressPrefixFilters>
         <add prefix="http://mydomain.com/" />
        </baseAddressPrefixFilters>
      </serviceHostingEnvironment>

What I would like is a typical checklist of gotchas when migrating a service from localhost to a shared hosting environment.  Thanks in advance for your input.
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