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WCF - Won't let go of temp code

Posted on 2011-03-19
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I'm using WCF ( in a project with Silverlight/Entity Framework, I don't know if that's germane to my problem), and every time I change any code behind the WCF I have to break the interface, re-run Update Service ref in the consuming project to clear the (I guess) web server/cassini's use of the old code in c:\users\appdata\local\blah blah.
I can't delete the files without closing down VS.
Is there an easier way of doing this?
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Miguel Oz earned 1000 total points
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Steps:
- Close the aspnet server (icon on your main window toolbar when running your web service)
- On  your solution context menu click clear.
- Now build and run your solution.
(Assumption: You are using VS only, you are not deploying to IIS)
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by:Silas2
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Thanks for getting back to me, sorry about my late response, I've been away.
When I pull up the context (right mouse click) menu on the solution in the solution explorer, I don't get a 'clear' option, 'Clean Solution' is the only entry starting with 'CL'.
I'm using VS 2010 Pro with the PowerCommands Extensions, am I missing something?
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