Changing URL in web.config for web service
I added a web reference to asmx file.
In web.config - it adds -
undefinedadd key="CoreService.CoreServices" value="http://test/CoreServices.asmx
I then change it to
<add key="CoreService.CoreServices" value="http://test2/CoreServices.asmx"/>
But CoreService.CoreServices still looks for http://test/CoreServices.asmx. What else do i have to change?
I think CoreService.CoreServices are hard coded into the source code.
I think CoreService.CoreServices are hard coded into the source code.
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