Web service in .NET from Java Web Service
Hi there,I'm pretty new to .net (although i have years of experience with the old vb 6, access 2k, as well as java)... and need some with perhaps either some syntax or something.Here is the wsdl.<wsdl:definitions targetNamespace="http://www.dynix.com/schema/book">−<wsdl:types>−<schema targetNamespace="GetBookInfoByISBN">−<complexType name="BookInfoType">−<sequence><element maxOccurs="1" minOccurs="0" name="Title" nillable="true" type="xsd:string"/><element maxOccurs=&quo...How to call a .net web service from another .net web service?
Hi all,I have developed two asp .net web services using visual studio .net 2003.I wish to call one web service from another web service.I tried adding a web reference of the web service in another web service and was able to do so.but i m not able to access the web methods provided by the web servicecould you please suggest a way to go about itExpecting quick replyThanxCharmy
try to make sure that you reference it in the web reference and call it properly this is sample
public double CalcDistance(int x1, int y1, int x2, int y2)
Calculator.Service1 calc = new....NET Web Service Proxy (EasySoap vs .NET)
I was provided with a URL for a web service that is password protected. I
saved the WSDL file from the browser and am attempting to create a .NET Web
Service Proxy to use it.
When I select EasySoap for the 'Web Service Selection', I see one service
('Services') and five 'Structures' (which is the number of 'methods' that I
am expecting to see).
But when I select .NET, I still see one service (named differently) and only
one structure. Four of the structures are missing. Is there something else
I need to do to view the four ...How to call .net web service from Java web application?
I have a vb .net web service.How do i call .net web service from Java web application?What all resources I need?Can you please provide a sample application where a java application is invoking methods of .net web service?
First I am not familiar with java language, but web services are universal operating system and language independent. It doesn't matter where the services is or in what language is written you just invoke it and it gives you "replay". Probably you must reffer to java consuming web services.
Regard...Can you return .net web controls in a .net page from a web service?
I've got a problem with a project. I've got to compile an entire .net page and return it as part of a Web Service for display. The problem I have is that I need to add WebControls and functionality to the page so that not only the html content and images are displayed (which I've managed) but that textboxes, labels, buttons and datasets can be displayed also. Essentially I need to make a call from one site for a page, populate the page and return it in a state as though it resided on the same server/webspace as the calling page. Code is currently built as follows into a string:
strOpenHT...Adding a VS.NET web reference for more than one web service?
I have a web app exposing several web services:
I have a Winform app that consumes these services. When I go to Add Web Reference in the winform app, I have to add each one individually as their own web reference. How would I set this up so that they can all be added as one web reference?
I think you will have to add them to one file (.cs or .vb) the reason they are comming up separately is becuase they are seperate, they are seperate web services(asmx files), classes and have seperate WSDL description....NET vs Java XML Web Services
Does anyone know out of .NET and Java, which one performs better via XML web services?
I think that it would really just depend on where you are wanting to deploy your web service. Since both have the overhead of a framwork behind them I would imagine that any performace gains would be small. If you are deploying in a Windows environment I would go with .NET, but mainly because I just like it better. If you want to deploy in Windows and Linux I would use Java. I am not sure how far Mono has come on the Linux platform and if you do not use C# mono would not help you anyway.It's not a bug, i...Best Practice for .Net Web Service access to a Web Service on a Test and Production Servers
What is the best way to control a .Net web service to be
able to access a remote server for testing and then point to
another remote server to access the web service in
production? Do I need to generate and maintain 2 different
// first create the proxy
if not isvalid( i_service) then
i_service = create
///You'll see code something like this in the constructor of your proxy
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Folks, I had the situation that Ajax AutoComplete events in the web service did not fire after I copied a project out of a folder, renamed it and moved it to a server. The fix was hard to find but easy to solve. I had some web service modules in an ASMX file that provided AutoComplete entries -- i.e., after the user keys in 2 or 3 characters, the list of possible entries with those leading characters is displayed for the user to select.
To solve the problem, look at the web service's directive, not the code-behind or the ASMX designer.
Do a right-mouse-click...Cannot call a web service from java script using ajax in .net 3.5 web applications
As like 2005 .net websites i tried to consume a web service from client side java script using Ajax script manager in .net 3.5 (2008) version web application it was not working, Event it works with 3.5 web sites, What i have to do to solve the issue. Thanks in advance
can you create the least amount of code to reproduce it and post it? This gives us the ability to check out your code and better guide you.
Grz, Kris.Read my blog. Handy Fire...Programatically build Web Service proxies independent of the "Web Reference" in VS.Net?
Can anyone detail for me how to build a proxy for a webservice from its .wsdl without using a "web reference"? Or point me to a hotw-to somewhere? I assume there is an API for this in the Framework, I just cannot find it... Thanks.Thanks,B
You have to use WSDL.eXE
you can see info on it @
Hope it helps!Sreedharhttp://www.w3coder.orgweblog http://weblogs.asp.net/skoganti
For complete programmatic use of dynamic Web services by simply feedi...multiple web services vs one web service?
Hi,Can someone tell me in term of performance and flexibility which approach is better: Using multiple web services within an application, each web service contains only 1 web method VS using a single Web Service with multiple web methods..(each web method will retrieve data from the database and populate the Web form). I want to know if it is better to transform each web method to web service or to regroup all web methods in only one Web Service.Thanks in advance.
Use one WebService.
For each Web Service you'll need a WebReference in VS.
1 WebService = 1 WebReference
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I am new to this post and I am looking for clarifications on HMC 4.5 provisioning. I am building an sample application that uses the MPS Web Services to provision HMC 4.5. I am confused with the terminology difference between a MPS Web Service and a WES Web service. I have a architecture diagram for HMC 4.5 provisioning where in MPS can be connected to as follows:
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