The 15th episode of the Dutch .NET Magazine has dropped in the mailbox at Class-A just a moment ago. Inside are many great articles. There is also an article (I dare not say “one of them”) written by Stefan Onderstal from Qurius and myself.
The article focusses on the problem of the default use of the code generators for web service proxies in the .NET Framework and Visual Studio 2005. It discusses three options that we considered on a project for KPN. These will generate data types for you, which is not always what you want or already have. The Schema Importer Extensions (I wrote about a fix for a generic implementation here) provide a way out in some of the cases.
The article is in Dutch, but if you got a hand on one of the magazines, you’re probably Dutch anyway. Have fun reading all articles. If you aren’t subscribed yet, do so right now: it’s free. That should get the Dutch running. It might apply to Belgians as well.