What action by a web service requires an app to update their web reference to a Web Service
I create a web reference to a web service in my aspx web application which returns an XML object.
If the owner of the web service makes a change to their object am I required to do an update web reference?
What if I dont use the information from the new object?
You should make the change only if the contract b/w the two has changed (e.g. parameters, return values), etc.-Mathew Nolton
If the web service now returns a new element and my class reference doesn't match their new class ref...xml web service --uploading the file to the xml web service
how can we upload the file in the xml web service
1.i mean what will be the return value in the proxy class
2.and how am i going to send the file to the xml web service----regards Bipul Kumar
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Furthermore, I wanted to test that with Babelfish Web Service on www.xmethods.net
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I have a web site that references a business logic DLL project. In the business logic project, there is a web service defined in its app.config file something like this:
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If I write a WSE 3.0 web service in .Net 2.0, can I expose it to the web like an IIS XML web service.?Also, can this web service be consumed by non .Net apps or .Net 1.1. apps?sun21170
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Hi guys. I am trying to use the NBA standing web service(developed by 4guysfromrolla) on my website and I cant seem to get it to work correctly. Its listed below. http://nbaweblog.com/nba/standings.asmx
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I made a web reference in my asp.net web project but when I go to create the object it gives me the
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...what are web services and what are the advantages of web services?
Hello i am new to this .net stuff and i was ask on the job interview what a web services is?and if i did not know given that i had a project ( as a project manager, or a web developer) what is it? how do i start a >NET project on it? what are the main advantages is? HOW DO I START THIS IN THE INTERVIEW> and what basic books do i buy?
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Or is it a different entity in itself which communicates separately both with client and server and acts as middleware application..
I am very confused..
Can someone explain me the architecture...???
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