I have published a web service, but cannot connect to it in VS2005. The Web Methods display, but I then get this error:
A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time, or established connection failed because connected host has failed to respond
I CAN connect to it outside of VS2005 from IE, Stylus Studio, etc.
/Bob C in GRR
That might be a problem with proxy.
Please try this solution:
Also you can refer to this article:
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I added the workaround into my web.config file, but I continue to receive the same error, "A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time, or the established connection failed because connected host has failed to respond."
I have a site that sends credit card data to a gateway for processing. My site resides on an ISP (I don't have direct access to the proxy or any other server). The line of code that is throwing the error is:strmRequest = New StreamWriter(objRequest.GetRequestStream())0 Lois 6/22/2007 3:00:36 PM
Yeah, tried that. No change. So what is VS doing differently that other apps? Why does VS have soo much trouble?
/Bob C in GRR
Can you add a web reference in VIsual Studio to a web service on your local machine?
What happens if you change the url of the web proxy right before calling it something non-existent on your local machine and on anther computer on your network.
I believe it is a proxy problem also.
Did you try just this setting in your web.config.
<proxy usesystemdefault="false" />
If you have Visual Studio 2003, if so, do you get the same problem?
If you have Windows Firewall, try turning that off, and maybe an ISA client?!?!?!
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I have VS 2005sp1, and I used this code in Web.Config:
I am still getting the error mentioned! My site resides on an ISP.
Wait! I have a solution, at least in part:
I'm still not sure if this preserves an SSL connection, but at least I'm getting through from my ISP to my credit card processing gateway.
Lois, That is SUPER :)
I'll try that syntax out.
Did you ever try connecting to the WS outside of VS?
/Bob C in GRR