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HOW TO: Send and Receive Binary Documents by Using an ASP.NET Web Service and Visual C# .NET     
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This step-by-step article shows you how to build a Web service and a Web service client to send and receive binary documents by using Microsoft ASP.NET and Microsoft Visual C# .NET. You can use ASP.NET and Visual C# .NET to build a Web service that both saves binary documents to a folder on a Web server and retrieves binary documents from a folder on a Web server. You can use this service as a simple Document Management System on the Web....

HOW TO: Update Server Data Through a Web Service by Using ADO.NET and Visual J# .NET     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to use an Web service to receive and to update data from a database by using a DataSet object. This article also demonstrates how to reference the Web service in a client application and how to display the returned DataSet in a DataGrid control so that you can update that data and send the updates back to the server....

How To Integrate an Apache SOAP 2.2 Client with a .NET XML Web Service     
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This step-by-step article describes how to integrate an Apache SOAP 2.2 client with an XML Web Service that is based on Active Server Pages (ASP) .NET. This article assumes that the ASP .NET server-side component exposes the Web method with the WebMethod attribute and does nothing more than provide a namespace for the Web Service itself....

Error message in Windows Small Business Server 2003: "Debugging is not supported under current trust level settings"     
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You are running Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003. When you try to use the Remote Web Workplace or another subweb that is using Microsoft ASP.NET under the default Web site, you may receive an error message that is similar to the following:
Server Error in '/Remote' Application. Assume that you turn off the friendly custom error by modifying the C:\Inetpub\Remote\Web.config file after you receive this error. If you then try to access a remote Web workplace or a subweb under the def...

What you should know to become an ASP.NET web developer     
Total Hits: 168  |  Today: 0Author: Tony John      Rating:  
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The article talks about what you must learn to become an ASP.NET web developer. You must have read in the earlier chapters that ASP.NET is a technology which includes several other technologies. So, unlike C# or VB.NET windows programmers who need to know only the programming language, an ASP.NET developer must learn several things....

Five Steps to Getting Started with ASP.NET     
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Welcome to the Nothin' but ASP.NET column! I'm going to use this space to explain, in depth, some of the great new features found in ASP.NET, as well as some of the other .NET Framework technologies....

Top Ten Tips for Programming ASP.NET     
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Here are top ten tips for programmers getting their feet wet with ASP.NET. From changing the default names of controls and forms to using the StringBuilder class, these ideas will help coders make the transition to the .NET environment....

ASP.NET Tutorial     
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In Classic ASP, we were having only six objects and we have only less to learn. But now, in ASP .NET (V1 Framework) we have around 4,000 classes and 78,000 methods and properties. This is a beginners tutorial for ASP .NET. All examples have been worked out in VB....

Render Method in BasePartialCachingControl Class Renders by Using HtmlTextWriter (Q321552)     
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Webservicessamples.exe is a self-extracting executable file that contains a series of samples that demonstrate the features of Microsoft ASP.NET Web services. Webservicessamples.exe is a supplement to the following Support WebCast:
Support WebCast: Microsoft ASP.NET: Advanced XML Web Services Using ASP.NET ....

Webservicessamples.exe Contains ASP.NET Web Services Samples (Q320438)     
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Webservicessamples.exe is a self-extracting executable file that contains a series of samples that demonstrate the features of Microsoft ASP.NET Web services. Webservicessamples.exe is a supplement to the following Support WebCast:
Support WebCast: Microsoft ASP.NET: Advanced XML Web Services Using ASP.NET ....

INFO: XML Web Services and Apartment Objects (Q303375)     
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This article describes how to call Apartment objects from XML Web services through the COM interoperability layer....

HOW TO: Update Parent-Child Data with an Identity Column from a Windows Forms Application by Using a Web Service (Q310350)     
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This step-by-step article describes how to retrieve a DataSet object from a Web service, how to send DiffGram updates to the Web service, and then how to merge the updated DiffGram back into the client DataSet....

HOW TO: Perform Output Caching with Web Services in Visual C# .NET (Q318299)     
Total Hits: 267  |  Today: 0Author: MSDN      Rating:  
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This step-by-step article describes how to create a sample ASP.NET Web service that uses output caching. Output caching caches the output response result of a Web service based on the Duration attribute that is specified for a corresponding WebMethod....

BETA-HOWTO: Use XML Web Service by Using ASP .NET from an Office VBA Macro in Word or Excel (Q307033)     
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This article demonstrates how to use an XML Web service using ASP.NET from a Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macro in Word or Excel....

HOW TO: Use the Office XP Web Components with XML Data Generated by an XML Web Service Created Using ASP.NET (Q315695)     
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This step-by-step article describes how to use ASP.NET to build a simple XML Web service that retrieves data from the Microsoft Access sample Northwind database and returns the data as XML to a client when the client calls a method of the service. On the client side, the data is presented with the Office XP PivotTable and Chart components. This article also demonstrates how to build a client for the XML Web service by using either Visual Basic .NET or Visual Basic 6.0....

HOW TO: Write a Simple Web Service Using Visual C# .NET (Q308359)     
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This step-by-step article shows you how to write a simple Web service, called MathService, that exposes methods for adding, subtracting, dividing, and multiplying two numbers....

INFO: ASP.NET Page Framework Overview (Q305141)      
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This article provides an introduction to the ASP.NET page framework....

Support WebCast: Microsoft COM and ASP.NET     
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In this presentation, you will hear about the development practice of accessing Component Object Model (COM) objects from ASP.NET. Because of the investment many developers have placed in COM, using it with newly created .NET applications is critical. You will learn about specific guidelines that help developers better use existing COM objects....

BUG: Incorrect Results Occur When a Web Service Returns an Array of Size 0     
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If you have a Web service that returns object arrays of size 0, the parameter is not deserialized correctly when the client receives the response....

HOW TO: Expose an ActiveX DLL as a Web Service by Using COM+ (Q317880)      
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This step-by-step article describes how to use the COM+ Application Install Wizard that ships with the Component Services console in Microsoft Windows XP Professional to expose and consume a legacy Microsoft Visual Basic COM component as a Web service.
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