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client: Connector - Invalid Http method. (Soap)

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I'm trying to activate a soap client.
I configure the server and the IIS as was explained, but
I'm always get the same error.

The error values are:
faultcose = client
faultstring = client: Connector - Invalid Http method.
faultactor =
detail = Client: Sending the Soap message failed or no recognizable response was received HRESULT=0x800A13BE - Client:Connector - Invalid Http method. HRESULT=0x800A13BE

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can you post your code.. also is the soap web service running?
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also post the web service component code if you developed it..
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>> also is the soap web service running?
The IIS is running. Is there other things that should be running?

>> can you post your code
The client code is:

set soapclient = CreateObject("MSSOAP.SoapClient")
On Error Resume Next

Call soapclient.mssoapinit("http://localhost/DocSample1/DocSample1.wsdl")

wscript.echo  soapclient.EchoString("Bob")

wscript.echo   soapclient.faultcode
wscript.echo   soapclient.faultstring
wscript.echo   soapclient.faultactor
wscript.echo   soapclient.detail

The server code is:

Public Function EchoString(ByVal testString As String) _
                           As String
    EchoString = testString
End Function

Public Function AddNumbers(ByVal NumberOne As Double, _
                           ByVal NumberTwo As Double) _
                           As Double
    AddNumbers = NumberOne + NumberTwo
End Function

Public Function SubtractNumbers(ByVal NumberOne As Double, _
                                ByVal NumberTwo As Double) _
                                As Double
    SubtractNumbers = NumberOne - NumberTwo
End Function

Thanks rami
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Did you install the soap server objects?
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set soapclient = CreateObject("MSSOAP.SoapClient")

Once instantiation is complete, the SOAP object can call the mssoapinit() method. This method has three parameters: the URI of the WSDL file, the name of the service (same name as the SERVICE tag in the WSDL) and the port name (the same name as the PORT tag in the WSDL).

Call soapclient.mssoapinit("http://www.xmethods.net/sd/ PingService.wsdl", "PingService", "PingPort")
 

you didn't include the other 2 parameters.. get more info here:

http://www.techmetrix.com/trendmarkers/tmk0201/tmk0201-5.php3
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hmm these are optional..
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>> you didn't include the other 2 parameters.. get more info here:

I tried calling mssoapinit with one, two, three and four parameters. Thay all results the same.

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you are browsing from the server machine? try to browse the wdsl can you get the file?
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yes
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