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C# 2008 Web Services

Hi everyone, let's see if anyone can help me:

I've got two applications, server ( a web service) and client.

Server has a couple of classes that are public and client "references" the "web service".
client can make objects of these classes types and can invoke the properties on them.

However client cannot invoke the methods of these classes.

How do I do this? Also I would like to have a constructor that was not empty but the empty one is the only  one the client sees.

Can anyone help? Couldn't find it on google!
C#Web DevelopmentMicrosoft IIS Web Server

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ogog

8/22/2022 - Mon
dkloeck

To be able to invoke the methods you have to mark them as WebMethod

c# example:
[WebMethod]
public int GetOne()
{
   return 1;
}
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ogog

No that's not it. That is only true for the service class, not the others
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