asp.net + webservice + return ACT or NACT

Posted on 2005-04-13
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I have a webservice that accepts an XML string and inserts the data into the database, what i need it to do is return either and ACT with a Succes Code and Success comments or a NACT if there was a problem and return the error message.
Question by:dkilby
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What is ACT and NACT? Is this a string?


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sorry ACK/NACK  mistyped
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Is it string?
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I guess you are talking about Windows realted keyword ACK and NACK.

Surely you can do it when you are able to grab those success code. Send as a array with two values which will be returned as object or you can send as string formated XML.


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