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When publishing a Service Object on K2 Visual Studio, the following error is returned:
"ServiceObjectModel AutoCompiler error CS0542: 'BAPIFLAG': member names cannot be the same as their enclosing type"
The error shown is a C# generated error. It indicates that one of the properties/fields has the same name as the service or another object. The issue occurs because the friendly name for this attribute is the same as the function name.
To resolve this, please follow the example below:
1. Edit the structure for the function type 'BAPIFLAG':
2. Change the Friendly name or the Function Name:
3. Perform the same steps for any other attribute(s) shown in the error.
4. Re-publish the Service Object again.