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REST WCF Causes IIS to crash

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I am attempting to create my first wcf service based on the REST architecture and something is going wrong. This is a simple service that returns a product list. I just wish to have this in a REST style implementation.

Could someone please look at the project and tell me where am I going wrong?  I am using Windows 7 32 bit and Visual Studio 2012 to build and test this project.

The project compiles, but when I run it from Visual Studio, it crashes the IIS process.
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by:käµfm³d 👽
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Which project?
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I attached a file in my post. Anyway I have made some progress. I realize that the project works if my function returns a simple type like a string.

In case of complex types, it fails.
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There's no attachment in your original post.
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by:ModSpace
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Here is the project. I have uploaded this to my dropbox folder.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ji08t13tuczshds/Lesson2.zip
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I had to make a few changes to the product class in order to get this working. Now this is a fully working solution.
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This solution is too simple for my present needs.
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