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Using Visual Basic .NET to Access Google's Web Service  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Web services are some of the most exciting emerging technologies to hit the Internet and business. They allow businesses to connect to each other in a standard manner, performing remote procedure calls thru firewalls using the Internet as a transport. Google has provided one of the first public Web services to allow any developer to access Google's search, cache, and spell check services. Visual Studio .NET makes it simple to access the various functions exposed by the Google Web APIs service....

How to: Create a Web Service Method  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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When you create a Web service in managed code, you indicate the methods that are available through that Web service by placing the WebMethod attribute before the method declaration of a Public method. Private methods cannot serve as the entry point for a Web service although they can be in the same class and the Web service code can call them. The WebMethod attribute must be applied to each public method that is available as part of the Web service. For more information, see How to: Use the WebM...

Walkthrough: Calling XML Web Services from Windows Forms  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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XML Web services is a feature of Visual Studio that enables you to develop applications that exchange messages in a loosely coupled environment using standard protocols such as HTTP, XML, XSD, SOAP, and WSDL. The messages can be structured and typed or loosely defined. Because the Web services feature is based on standard protocols, your Web service applications can communicate with a wide variety of implementations, platforms, and devices. For more information, see Web Services in Managed Code....

Walkthrough: Connecting to Data in a Web Service  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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This walkthrough shows how to connect your application to a web service using the Data Source Configuration Wizard. You will connect to Microsoft's Live Search web service and run search queries from your application. The data returned by the service (the search results) will be displayed on a Windows Form....

Consuming the Yahoo! Local Search Service in a Visual Basic WinForms Application     
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Yahoo’s Local Search Service is provided free of charge to developers through the Yahoo! Developer’s Network. This article will demonstrate one approach that may be used to consume this service to return a list of business locations through the use of a zip code based search for a business name or product.

The service returns the following information:

* Title (the name of the business)
* Street Address
* City
* State
* Phone Number
* Latitude...

File Server - Web Service     
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This article shows how to use Web Services to create a service to manage (put and get) files in your Web Server using HTTP protocol.

If you don't have a physical access to the web server or just for sharing your web server content like pictures or files, this web service can be really useful and fast....

C# to VB.NET Code Conversion Web Service     
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Service Description: http://www.kamalpatel.net/ConvertCSharp2VBService.asmx
WinForms Sample Implementation: CS2VB_WinFormsConsumer.zip
VB6 Sample Implementation: CS2VB_VB6Consumer.zip
ASP .Net Online Implementation: http://www.kamalpatel.net/ConvertCSharp2VB.aspx...

VML Web Controls     
Total Hits: 122  |  Today: 0Author: Justin Carasick      Rating:  
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My background as a Geographer/GIS guru often involves developing web sites for interactive mapping on a variety of topics. One of our requirements include abilities to create vector graphics on the client side for functions such as zoom boxes, measurement tools, shapes (points, lines, polygons), and other things common to desktop Geographical Information Systems. Many of our clients have strict guidelines that include developing applications which do not require plug-ins and/or downloads. I have...

LINQ     
Total Hits: 189  |  Today: 0Author: Yair Alan Griver      Rating:  
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Microsoft demonstrated a new technology at PDC called LINQ (Language Integrated Query). The following note from Alan Griver, a member of the LINQ team at Microsoft, offers some details related to the LINQ project. In future issues of CoDe Magazine we will have more details on LINQ....

Utility Belt: wsAmazonThirdPartySellerSearch     
Total Hits: 72  |  Today: 0Author: Charles Carroll      Rating:  
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"Utility Belt" can grab the same XML one grabs from Amazon webservices. Here is an example of a wbeservices call....

Typical Amazon Parsing Example     
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Here is typical code that parses output from Amazon webservice....

Remoting and XML Web Services in Visual Basic .NET     
Total Hits: 183  |  Today: 0Author: Rockford Lhotka      Rating:  
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Since the introduction of DCOM support in Visual Basic® 4.0, I've been on a continual quest to find the best ways to design and build distributed applications using Visual Basic. With Visual Basic .NET, my quest has moved to a whole new level. Gone are the days of struggling with DCOM and firewall security administrators who, for their own nefarious purposes, refuse to open hundreds of ports to the world at large. The .NET Framework provides us with two solutions that can be used to provide DCOM...

Implementing The Google Web Service In VB.NET     
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Learn how to implement the new Google Web Service and take advantage of its powerful searching features in your VB.NET program....

WebServices and passing an ADO.NET DataSet     
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This article will demonstrate how to pass an ADO.NET DataSet from a server to a client. The server will pass the DataSet through a Web Service (therefore IIS will be required on the server). You will be able to view the DataSet through any standard web browser such as Internet Explorer, Opera, or Netscape Navigator....

Calling a WebService Asynchronously     
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Project Explorer if you right-click on the references node and select Add Web Reference you will get a new window where you can enter the location of your webservice. ie:http://localhost/Service1/Service1.asmx...

Learn Web Services Visually in VB.NET (Parts 6-10)  Version: 1     Price: Free / Free Trial  
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Certy.com a premier developers portal has just released five Advance Visual Web Service tutorials using VB.NET. These tutorials enable .NET developers to gain a solid hands on approach to Web Service Development....

Automatically Generating Proxy Classes  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 19  |  Today: 0Author: Ken Spencer      Rating:  
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The Web Services generator shown in the January 2003 Advanced Basics column left me wondering if I could create a tool that automatically generates proxy classes for an assembly. Is there any support in the Microsoft® .NET Framework for me to do this directly without using brute-force string concatenation for the entire process?...

Adding Web Server Controls to a Web Forms Page  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 17  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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You add controls to a Web Forms page much the same way you add any HTML element. You can either use the Visual Studio Web Forms Designer and add a control from the Toolbox, or type the element representing the control into the HTML....

Code Model for Accessing XML Web Services in Managed Code  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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An XML Web service client is any component, service, or application that references and utilizes an XML Web service. It is worthwhile to note that XML Web service clients need not be a client-based application, such as a desktop application; in most cases, your XML Web service clients may be other Web applications or even other XML Web services....

InvokeWebServiceActivity Class  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Invokes a Web service through a proxy class, which passes and receives parameters as specified. This class cannot be inherited....


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