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.NET 2013 ASMX Web Service Could Not Create Type

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I upgraded a .NET 2008 app to 2013.  There is a web service in the application.  I am receiving below error:

Could not create type 'PremiumAdmin.webService.getInsuredInfo'.      

I think the issue is associated with the class on the ASMX page.  

ASMX
<%@ WebService Language="c#" Codebehind="~/App_Code/webService/getInsuredInfo.asmx.cs" 
    Class="PremiumAdmin.webService.getInsuredInfo" %>

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ASMX.cs
namespace PremiumAdmin.webService
{
	/// <summary>
	/// Summary description for getInsuredInfo.
	/// </summary>
	[WebService(Namespace="http://mywebsite.com/webservices/")]
	public class getInsuredInfo : System.Web.Services.WebService
	{
		public getInsuredInfo()
		{
			//CODEGEN: This call is required by the ASP.NET Web Services Designer
			InitializeComponent();
		}

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This does not have issues in .NET 2008.  Any ideas?

Thanks
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Question by:CipherIS
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HI!

make that  markup as

<%@ WebService Language="c#" Codebehind="getInsuredInfo.asmx.cs" 
    Class="PremiumAdmin.webService.getInsuredInfo" %>

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Thanks!
Navneet
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That is what I have.  It's not working.
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by:Bob Learned
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How many web methods do you have?

How complex is the web service?

Would recreating in WCF be a possibility?
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by:CipherIS
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Can't create a WCF at the moment.  I created a web application.  I copied the .NET 2008 website to the .NET 2013 web app.  I included all the files.  When compiling I am getting that it can't create the type.

Also, on the asmx page it says on the codebehind="~/App_Code/webService/getInsurcedInfo.asmx.cs" (when I hover over it) that it can't find that file but the file is exactly there.
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by:Bob Learned
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I believe that this is a case where migration doesn't work.

The attribute in your file is "Codebehind", but in the new file, it is "CodeBehind".  Try changing the attribute to "CodeBehind".

<%@ WebService Language="C#" CodeBehind="EchoWebService.asmx.cs" Class="EchoWebService.EchoWebService" %>

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Changed it to "CodeBehind".  Doesn't work.
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by:Bob Learned
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Can you do a quick test, by creating a new web service, and adding a web method,

1) Create an empty ASP.NET web project

2) Set target framework to 4.5

3) Add an .asmx web service

4) Add a web method

5) Compile
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That works.
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by:Bob Learned
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There is something going on that I can't see.  

What files are included in the project?

"I copied the .NET 2008 website to the .NET 2013 web app.  I included all the files.  When compiling I am getting that it can't create the type."
Can you explain how you did this?
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I started the migration again and its working.  Don't know why now.
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Thanks for your help.
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