Hosting a webservice for windows xpe


I need to create webservice in .Net and host it in iis and then create a runtime image which wil be deployed in some target machine ie windows xpe.

Can anyone help me out in providing some detailed information ???



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Step1: Create the WebService using VS

Step2: Create a Virtual Directory Under IIS for the WebService.,

Step3: Use the url to consume it in the application. In Real time scenario also you have to do it in the same way.

4/30/2009 1:05:20 PM

 Hi Kishore,

Thanks for your reply but the solution which you have provided is for hosting webservices in normal PCs but my problem is for hosting it in windows xpe machine.To host component in wndows xpe machine we need to create a runtime image .So how to create a runtime image for iis hosted web service??




5/4/2009 4:58:53 AM

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