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Hey All

I'm having a tad of trouble with a couple of WCF services I've built, and it's with LINQ. Having written the service, which uses LINQ to SQL classes, I am now trying to test it. Now the Service builds perfectly, but Whenever I try to use any of its functions, I get a null pointer exception. This occurs the moment I try to instantiate my DataContext. Does anyone have any idea why this might be going on? Any help?

Thanks
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Show us your code work.

Here is a very good article,
Linq to REST

ADO.NET Data Services Team Blog

SUMMARY: To query an ADO.NET Data Service from a .NET application, the client library supports constructing queries against remote data services using LINQ. In essence the library provides a strongly typed query experience via LINQ, where each LINQ query is translated by the library to HTTP URIs of the target data service, thus enabling "LINQ to ADO.NET Data Services".

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Hey thanks

But I was just being incredibly stupid... Using LINQ to SQL classes in the service doesn't actually give problems... only my soft brain does

Thanks though

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