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I have an ASMX web service that is a simple function that returns a List<string>. When using MonoTouch the return value is interpreted as a string. In Mono for Android in VS.NET 2010 on the very same service, it returns a List<string>.
I'm not sure why MonoTouch is not using the generics List<string> for the web service reference.
This is a tooling issue that is not related to MonoTouch (or Mono for Android).
MonoDevelop or Visual Studio is converting the WSDL into C# bindings and they do it differently. MD version likely still works with .NET 1.x.
Note that you should be able to use the VS.NET generated bindings from MonoTouch (and share the same code between MT and M4A).