cannot create proxy using the web services proxy wizard
I am trying to access a PB component deployed to EAS via web services.
I've created the wsdl document and I am able to call this web service from a
..Net client (I've created the proxy classes using to microsoft wsdl), so the
web service is working fine.
The problems is that when I try to create the proxy in PB the web service
proxy wizard say that
it is "Unable to process document referenced in "import" element."
I've tryed with both wstest.wsdl and wstestImpl.wsdl, I am not sure about
what is the right document to use.
I've added pbsoapclient90.p...New to web services, why does PB10 web service proxy wizard say there are no services?
still doesn't show any services though...
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Upgraded to 10.2x and now seems to be working...at least it created the
"Chance" <firstname.lastname@example.org...Problem in opening WEB Solution
I am trying to open web solution created by someone else.
I have created appropriate Virtual Directory for it. But problem is that I am not able to open it in VS 2003.
I am getting following erron in dialog box:
Dialog box title = Web Access Failed
The default Web access mode for this project is setto file share, but the project folder at 'http://localhost/DataPagerDemo' cannot be opened with the path 'd:/indetpub/wwwroot/DataPagerDemo'. The error returned was
Unable to open Web project 'DataPagerDemo'. The Web 'DataPagerDemo' located on server 'http://localhost' does not exi...Running a web service proxy wizard project
XP - PB9 build 7661
Running such project (after creating it with no errors) failed with error
message "Wrong library list returned for operation."
Am I doing something wrong? Or missing some point at set-up level? I saw the
"pbsoapclient90.pbd" stuff and the dll is "in the path".
I downloaded weather example
, ran the weather example perfectly even if the service is not available but
this is another story. One thing though, running the web service proxy wizard
...Runtime error with webservice proxy class when using Web Deployment Project
I have a webservice proxy class in my App_Code folder that I have created with the wsdl.exe command-line. When I compile and run my project everything works fine ... but when I merge the code together into a single dll with a Web Deployment project .. then I get a strange reflection error when executing the webservice proxy class.
Here is the error...
Binary format of the specified custom attribute was invalid.
Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error ...Web service proxy wizard will not create proxy
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1"
It says that there is no service in the WSDL file. I have
the wsdl attached.
I am using the EasySoap and not the .NET assemblies. This
is on PB 10.5.1.
Content-Type: text/xml; name="AssemblerService.xml"
Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="AssemblerService.xml"
PD94bWwgdmVyc2lvbj0iMS4wIiBlbmNvZGluZz0iVVRGLT...no service in WSDL file " in Web Service Proxy Wizard
While trying to deploy a project generated using 'Web Service Proxy Wizard', I'm
getting following error "no service in WSDL file". Web service was created using
Visual Studio .Net 2003, and I am able to run it as it is or ASP.Net client
without any problem.
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I get this error trying to open a web created on W2003/IIS6/SPPS. .NET2.0 is installed with it;s own IIS App Pool. My web service web is assigned to that pool.
"Unable to open the Web 'http://server/site'. Server Error: The version of Windows SharePoint Services running on the server is more recent than the version of FrontPage you are using. You need a more recent version of FrontPage.
The web was created with VS2005 installed on the server, but I'd rather not have VS installed on the server as a requirement.
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have you got a solution for this problem ?...Can't open my VS2003 project: The project you are trying to open is a Web project. You need to open it by specifying its URL path.
Hello. I am using visual studio 2003. I am trying to open a visual studio 2003 project that was written a few years ago using visual studio 2003. Currently the project resides in the virtual directory named Inetpub\wwwroot.
My problem is that I am not able to open the project. When I do try and open the project, I get the following error message:
The project you are trying to open is a Web project. You need to open it by specifying its URL path.
I don't know what is going on here? Someone please help me out. Note that I have tried two different ways to open th...Web Site Project: How to configure web service URL in web.config (web service defined in a referenced DLL)
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:
<applicationSettings> <MyNamespace.BLL.Properties.Settings> <setting name="MyNamespace_BLL_MyServer_ServiceName" serializeAs="String"> <value>http://blah.blah.blah.asmx</value> </setting> </MyNamespace.BLL.Properties.Settings></applicationSettings>
When the web site is published, the web ...Open project Vs Open project from web
what is the difference when opening ASP .net application in VS .net
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I usually have to use Open Project from Web when I'm adding an existing web project to a different solution. I usually use Open project to directly open either the solution or the project.Eric LandesMADNUG President http://www.madnug.netCrystal Alliance EditorBlog http://aspadvice.com/blogs/elandesMicrosoft MVP
Open Project: we browse to the Physical path of the solution (it search the virtual path in the end)
Open project from web: we give the virtual path of the proje..."no service in WSDL file " in Web Service Proxy Wizard
I'm trying to follow the "EAServer Web Service Using
PowerBuilder Component and Client" tutorial but when I get
to the Select Service window(after just having entered the
WSDL file name in the previous window) I get "There is no
service in the WSDL file." and the Services list is empty.
I found an earlier post where this problem seemed to be
resolved by combining the 2 WSDL files(pb_hello.wsdl and
pb_helloImpl.wsdl) into one file, but this has not worked
for me. Has anyone else had this problem?
...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.
So no ...Unable to Open Web Project
When I first try to open a project on my localhost web server using Visual Studio
I get the following message:
"Unable to open Web project 'XYZ'. Could not find a web server at 'localhost'. Please check to make sure that the web server name is valid and your proxy settings are set correcty. If you are sure that everything is correct, the web server may be temporarily out of service."
Then, if I Close the Solution (because it is open with no project) and try it again I am prompted for a username and password and am able to connect.
This only happens wit...