Visual Studio .NET cannot create or open the application. The likeliest problem is that required components are not installed on the local Web server. Run Visual Studio .NET setup and add the Web Deve
I installed Visual Studio .NET 2003 on Windows Vista Home Premuim, but I'm unable to select "Web Development" item from "Server Components" during the installation. I installed all the pre-requisits but I can not see Front Page Server Extention in the programs. I can see also the IIS.
Appreciate if any one can guide me with the solution.
FPSE is not included with Vista, it's a separate download. See www.iis.net for this.
JeffPlease: Don't forget to click "Mark as Answer" on the post that helped you. Tha...Web service in .NET from Java Web Service
Hi there,I'm pretty new to .net (although i have years of experience with the old vb 6, access 2k, as well as java)... and need some with perhaps either some syntax or something.Here is the wsdl.<wsdl:definitions targetNamespace="http://www.dynix.com/schema/book">−<wsdl:types>−<schema targetNamespace="GetBookInfoByISBN">−<complexType name="BookInfoType">−<sequence><element maxOccurs="1" minOccurs="0" name="Title" nillable="true" type="xsd:string"/><element maxOccurs=&quo...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 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...Can "Add Web Reference" if web service deployed to new web site, Can't add ref if deployed to Virt Server under Default web site (Sharepoint)
I have created a web service wich I can deploy successfully to a new
IIS Web, but of course I have to set the port to something other than
80 (and I'd rather just use a virtual server under the Default web).
If I try to deploy my web service under the Default Web as a new
virtual server, and then try to "Add a web Reference" to the service,
it fails with a 404: not found error.
My IIS server is running Sharepoint Portal Server (SPPS)sp2.
/Bob C in GRR
In Sharepoint Portal Admin I had to add a Path Exclusion. Took me a whi...Difference in between add a web service as a Reference and as Web Reference?
I know the question is very stupid which i am going to asked but.... I have an asp.net web service project with a webservice, i can add this WebServiceProject as a Reference and get that webservice, but also can add the webservice as a WebReference in my application. what is difference in both and when which should be used?"Hope its your Solution so Mark it as Answer"Ahmad SheikhMicrosoft Valuable Geekhttp://sharpcontents.blogspot.com
You should always use Web Reference (or Service Reference) since only then will the necessary proxy code be generated.-- "Mark As Answer...Error:Visual Studio .NET cannot create or open the application. The likeliest problem is that required components are not installed on the local Web server. Run Visual Studio .NET setup and add the We
I installed the IIS 5.0 after VS.Net 2003 (1.1). after that I did run the aspnet_regiis -i at the visual studio command prompt.
I am able to run local web application created on my PC.
But when I tried to copy an web application created at shared PC into the wwwroot folder, I get the following error while trying to open the project in VS.Net. I've created the virtual directory for the project and also set the integrated windows authentication under the directory security tab in the IIS.
Please help me resolving the problem.
Do you have FrontPage Server Ext...Can't 'Add Web Reference' of Java AXIS Web Service!
I'm trying to consume a web service written in AXIS, but am having serious issues. Namely, when I try to add it as web reference, I get to a web page that displays:
"MyWebServiceName, Hi there, this is an AXIS service!, Perhaps there will be a form for invoking the service here... "
I do have wsdl file of the web service, however when I try to manually create the proxy I get several binding errors and the process fails. Also, the web service does not seem to accept POST as I always seem to be getting http 500 errors.
At this point I have no idea what else to t...Taking Web services development a small step further
Maybe some of you know that I am a big believer in contract-based Web services design and development. Web services contracts can be expressed explicitly in .NET code or by using schema (XSD) and WSDL. When using the second approach you may want a tool that can generate .NET code from your WSDLs/XSDs.
The .NET Framework's and Visual Studio .NET's intrinsic tools somehow don't cut it, sorry. So, did you ever want to simply right-click on a WSDL file in Visual Studio .NET and generate code from that Web service contract?
Now you can.
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Hello, everyone! I have a solution which contains a windows project,a web service project and several other library projects. These projects were coded under visual c#.net 2003. Now I need to converted them to use Visual Studo.net 2005. Does any one know any article providing step-by-step guide to converting WINDOWS APPLICATION with web service? I can find one under MSDN for converting web project. But I guess I am a little confused if mine should follow this article since I am using web service in my windows application?
Thanks a lot in advance.
...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...How to call .net web service from Java web application?
I have a vb .net web service.How do i call .net web service from Java web application?What all resources I need?Can you please provide a sample application where a java application is invoking methods of .net web service?
First I am not familiar with java language, but web services are universal operating system and language independent. It doesn't matter where the services is or in what language is written you just invoke it and it gives you "replay". Probably you must reffer to java consuming web services.
Regard...Add web reference in a web service client application
I created a simple web service client application, simply want to test a web service I created. First I add web reference, and my web service did show up in the list of web services available on my local computer. But after clicking on Add Reference button, there were no disco, map and wsdl files automatically generated. Reference was added, no error. but no other files were generated. I wonder if my .NET installation was a complete one.
You have to try through Add WebReference (Not AddReference) and in that you have to provide your web servie URL and then add the reference!Sreedharhttp...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: