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WCF and Custom Entity Library

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I´m building a WCF Service that will use a object that is defined on another project, called EntitiesPrj, that is part of the same solution.

On the EntityPrj, the class is declared as below:

    public class ChartData
        private string serieName;
        public string SerieName
            get { return serieName; }
            set { serieName = value; }

        private DateTime date;
        public DateTime Date
            get { return date; }
            set { date = value; }

        private bool workDay;
        public bool WorkDay
            get { return workDay; }
            set { workDay = value; }

        private decimal value;
        public decimal Value
            get { return this.value; }
            set { this.value = value; }


And, on WCF Project, the method that use this Entity is declared as below:

    public interface IService1

        void GetChartData(ref EntityPrj.ChartData cData);


    public class Service1 : IService1

        public void GetChartData(ref EntityPrj.ChartData cData)

            //Work with ChartData here...



Will I need to decorate my ChartData with the [DataContract] and its members with the [DataMember] attributes, even if this class is part of another project (another DLL) and used by other applications that do not use WCF?

Thanks a lot!
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