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
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Did you face the same situation ?
The web service offers some methods. Each method returns a xml file and a xml attachment.
I found this article.http://blogs.msdn.com/bursteg/archive/2008/07/19/how-to-call-a-java-ee-web-service-from-a-net-client.aspx .
Do you think that this is a good resource ? I watched something about WCF. Have I to use WCF ?
How can I manage xml attachment ?
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my buddy Garbin (Allesandro Gallo) wrote an interesting article about this recently: Mash-it Up with ASP.NET AJAX: Using a proxy to access remote APIs.
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