Hi and thanks for this lovely serializer.

I'm working on  aproject on which local desktop application is "talking" 
tcp/ip with local window 8 application (metro) through loopback.
I did of course loopback exemption, and all worked great!!! until... 
yesterday I've added an additional String field to the serialized class... 
and I get the above error. 
If I remove the String it works great again.

Can you help me solve this mystery?

The classes I serialize has the following structure (last field is a class 
on which the string is added, I removed field's name and left only the 
types).

    [ProtoContract]
    public class cMessage
    {
        [ProtoMember(1)]
        public uint nPacketNumber { get; set; }
        [ProtoMember(2)]
        public int nBatteryStatus { get; set; }
        [ProtoMember(3)]
        public Boolean isCharging { get; set; }
        [ProtoMember(4)]
        public COMM_STATUS commStatus { get; set; }
        [ProtoMember(5)]
        public Boolean isDownloading { get; set; } 
        [ProtoMember(6)]
        public COMM_ERRORS commErrorCode { get; set; } // 
        [ProtoMember(10)]
        public cGeneralInfo cInfo; 
    }

    [ProtoContract]
    public class cGeneralInfo 
    {
        [ProtoMember(100)]
        public DateTime dtLastPacket;
        [ProtoMember(101)]
        public uint unBatteryStatus;
        [ProtoMember(102)]
        public uint unChargingStatus;
        [ProtoMember(103)]
        public double dSoftwareVersion;
        [ProtoMember(104)]
        public String sInfo1
        [ProtoMember(105)]
        public uint 
        [ProtoMember(106)]
        public uint 
        [ProtoMember(107)]
        public uint
        [ProtoMember(108)]
        public uint 
        [ProtoMember(109)]
        public uint 
        [ProtoMember(110)]
        public uint 
        [ProtoMember(111)]
        public double 
        [ProtoMember(112)]
        public int 
        [ProtoMember(113)]
        public int 
        [ProtoMember(114)]
        public int 
        [ProtoMember(115)]
        public int 
        [ProtoMember(116)]
        public int
        [ProtoMember(117)]
        public int 
        [ProtoMember(118)]
        public int
        [ProtoMember(119)]
        public int 
        [ProtoMember(120)]
        public int 
        [ProtoMember(121)]
        public int 
        [ProtoMember(122)]
        public int 
        [ProtoMember(123)]
        public int 
        [ProtoMember(124)]
        public int 
        [ProtoMember(125)]
        public int
        [ProtoMember(126)]
        public string 
        [ProtoMember(127)]
        public int
        [ProtoMember(128)]
        public String             ////   This is the filed started causing 
the error.
}


Thanks!!!.


Empi



-- 
You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups 
"Protocol Buffers" group.
To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email 
to protobuf+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com.
To post to this group, send email to protobuf@googlegroups.com.
Visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/protobuf.
For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.

Reply via email to