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Consuming Web Service in an Web Application

Posted on 2004-08-05
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hi:
   i m  begginer to APS.Net .. m following Professional c# (WORX) ... according to the book i hav created a web service now i want  to use it in a webclient(Webapplication) .. to generate a proxy class so the can communicate i hav to ADD WEB REFRENCE of a .vsdico file ..... i hav added the respective URL but i cnt fine any references .. i cant figure the prob ... nd nor the vsdisco file in any directory on my hjard drive ....
   either tell me the solution or the whole procedure how can i develop a web client which can cal a web service ........
the web service is working properly
   byzzzzzzzzz
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by:msdixon
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right click on your project, and select "Add Web Reference"
click the "Web services on the local machine link"
it should find your web service, but if it doesn't you can enter the url of the web service in the location bar
click on the link for the web service
update the web reference name (optional)
click the "Add Reference" button
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by:himiz
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ok fine ... its working ... will u plz tell me wats .vsdisco file is about and how it is generated coz i cant find a file of this extention in my project folder ......
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s_sansanwal earned 150 total points
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need to select "Show all files" in Solution explorer in VS.NET
See "Solution Explorer" help in MSDN


For Web Service, read this article:

http://aspnet.4guysfromrolla.com/articles/100803-1.aspx

It has 10 parts..
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