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NameResolutionFailure Error when calling a web service

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Hi,

I am testing a web service which works fine in my local machine & but I deploy that web service on production IIS
I am getting error as NameResolutionError :

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
  <string xmlns="http://tempuri.org/">NameResolutionFailure:</string>

Please Help

Thanks

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That just means that the server name could not be translated to a valid IP address.  There are too many possibilities, and not enough detail to begin to help with that problem.
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