We’ve just upgraded our project from V4.0.54 of SS to 4.0.56 and now a lot of code no longer compiles. We have code like this :
var myResponse = client.Send(new MyRequest());
Where MyRequest has a IReturn<> declared. This has worked fine since we started using SS. Now however this code no longer compiles as Send() appears to have changed from :
public virtual TResponse Send<TResponse>(IReturn<TResponse> request);
public virtual TResponse Send<TResponse>(object request);
so the return type can’t seem to be inferred any more yielding errors such as :
The type arguments for method 'ServiceClientBase.Send<TResponse>(object)' cannot be inferred from the usage. Try specifying the type arguments explicitly.
Has anyone else come across this? I can’t believe it’s just us but I’m also not sure what we’re doing wrong. I’m slightly loathe to go round and explicitly type all the Send<>() calls in our code unless I absolutely have to.