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Hi Experts,

I have a simple <input id="mybutton" runat="server" onserverclick="callwebservice" type="button"/>
I would need example in cs file to call my asmx web service and get result in the same
cs class.

I am working in 4.0 C# framework.

Thanks.
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Question by:fpoyavo
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Srihari03 earned 1500 total points
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Sample Button .aspx page:

 <div>
        <input id="mybutton" value="CallWebService" runat="server" onserverclick="callwebservice" type="button"/>
    </div>

Snippet in .cs file:


protected void callwebservice(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            ExpertSamples.SampleWS sampleWS = new SampleWS();
            Response.Write(sampleWS.HelloWorld());  
        }
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by:Monica P
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Firstly create an Object to access the your asmx file main class

Using the Object reference the webmethod in your asmx file.

Read the response and based on that make your logic works
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by:fpoyavo
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May you provide working example?
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