.NET Remoting VS Socket Programming VS Web Services
Could any one tell me the difference between these three programming features and where they are used?
..NET Remoting is built on Socket programming and XML Web services are built on top of Remoting.
All of them provide the Server-Client functionality. You use Socket
programming when Client is waiting for notifications/events from
server. Remoting is a higher layer on Sockets. When both client
and server is under your control you can use Remoting. Web Services are
total freedom. Client and server can be implemented in different
...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 ....NET web services Vs Java Web Services
Hello, does anyone know of a book or good source of information that compares .NET and Java Web Services? (I would like soemthing neutral if possible). I am thinking of approaching this subject for my dissertation? Many Thanks
Last year I had to give a powepoint presentation on Web Services. I noticed some good books at barnes and noble that discussed the subject. These books were specific to Java and discussed Web Services in a very clear fashion. They gave some elementary examples that were easy to understand.
I have not yet had the pleasure of creatin .NET Web Servi...Web Services vs .NET Remoting
Currently, we are developing solutions with Web Services. The architecture of the systems are clear and crutial layers are remaining encapsulated (business logic, presentation, data, etc.). All of our web services are in place primarily whenever we connect to SQL2000, and a few other 'special cases'. The services that return types have all been primitives (string, int, decimal, etc) and/or datasets.
I have a 2 part question, given this environment:
1- Where does/will .NET Remoting come into play? We are currently coding everything in C# and ASP.NET - all web apps. Legacy WINDOWS c...Architectural question: Web Services vs. .Net Remoting
I have been trying to iron out the overall architecture for a project I am starting. It is for use in a custom parts manufacturing facility, and covers everything including taking remote orders, generating CNC code, tracking jobs/customers, and managing inventory and employees.
These are the layers I am contemplating:
-WinForms Order client used by customers
-Web Site on server for browsing & info purposes; new (approved) customer may download Order client
-Web Services or .Net Remoting used to keep Order client up to date
-WinForms application on server ...WS-Security with VS.NET 2005 Web Service and .NET 1.1 Client
We ship a webservices client piece into the field which is required to run on the .NET 1.1 version of the framework, this is defined by our business people and cannot change. We would like to work with .NET 2.0 in VS.NET 2005 for the backend Web Service piece. We are able to get the 2 to communicate fine and it is not a problem. The issue now is that we need to introduce security through WS-Security. I have not been able to find much information about interop between the 2 environments and WS-Security and cannot get the security elements to be invoked in VS.NET 2005. Currently we are trying ...C#.NET in VS.NET vs. C# in Web Matrix
Hi all, I am very new to .NET ... I realized C#.NET is only available from Visual Studio.NET ... however, I realized Web Matrix also allowed us to choose C# as language but not C#.NET ... they are not the same, right? If not, then why it's in Web Matrix which runs ASP.NET?? If I need to run C#.Net, I MUST GET VS.NET, right? Can C#.NET has the abality to create chat program? Thank you very much.
C#.NET and C# are the same thing.
JimMS MVP ASP.NET [VC++/MFC emeritus]Old Dog Learns New TricksPreferred programming language: cuneiform on clay tablets
So ... that means I can use web matrix t...vb.net vs c#.net vs j#.net
just out of curiousity which looks, acts most like java? i'm still learning trying to used to vb.net but it seems that it was easier to do some stuff with java.
C# is Java++ in my opinion. If you have done C or Jave you will prefer C#.Mike Schellenberger - MCAD
If you are looking for language similar to java go for J#.
However most code samples you find on the net will be in VB.NET and C#....convert the web application from vs.net 2002 to vs.net 2003
how can i convert the web application from vs.net 2002 to vs.net 2003 and how i know that the application is made in vs.net 2002 and not in vs.net 2003 and thank for your time
VS.NEt 2003 detects 2002 project format automatically when you try to open 2002 project with it. It also asks you if the project needs to be converted into 2003 format (if I remember right conversion must be done to use the project in 2003). If you say yes, it does the conversion and you don't have to do anything. Note that VS.NEt 2002 can't open 2003 projects.Thanks,Teemu KeiskiFinland, EU
thank you for your...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...Exception while calling .NET web service | System.Net.Sockets.SocketException: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host
We have written a .NET web service which retrieves an xml file from the database. This web service is SSL secured and requires client certificates for connection.
The web service is throwing an exception while retrieving large files. It works fine when the file size is around 1 MB, but fails with a file size of around 65 MB with the following exception:
System.InvalidOperationException: There is an error in XML document (1, 38455668). ---> System.IO.IOException: Unable to read data from the transport connection. ---> System.Net.Sockets.SocketException: ...Copying VS.NET web project to Win 2003 and opening it in VS.NET
Environment: ASP.NET 1.1; VS.NET Enterprise 2003; Windows Server 2003; IIS 6.0
I hope somebody can help me figure this out. I created a Web project on my XP Dev machine which I can open, run, debug and do everything else. I can "deploy" the project to my 2003 server and open the site in explorer browser. But now, I want to transfer the whole solution to my Win 2003 and continue the development and testing on it. So, I transferred the whole VS solution directory from my XP machine to the Win 2003 machine. I created a Web site (not a virtual directory under default...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...