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Implementing Web Services on Your Devices

This section provides information on Devices Profile for Web Services (DPWS), a Web Services profile that enables plug and play for networked devices.

In This Section

Introducing DPWS
This section introduces Devices Profile for Web Services(DPWS).
Referencing the DPWS Libraries
This overview describes how to reference the DPWS Libraries.
Using DPWS Namespaces
This topic lists the DPWS namespaces.
Generating Service Model Code Using MfSvcUtil.
This section describes how to use the MfSvcUtil tool.
Initializing the Device
This topic explains how to initialize the device information, add a service to it, and start the device stack.
Defining Service Operations
This topic explains how the operations in a service are defined. The code for the service class can be generated by the MfSvcUtil tool.
Subscribing to Events
This topic explains how to subscribe to events.
Handling Exceptions
This topic provides information about exceptions in the DPWS stack.
Understanding Threads
This topic provides information about threads in the DPWS stack.
Discovering Services Using the DPWS Client
This topic explains how to discover services using the DpwsClient class.
Using the DPWS Client
This topic explains how to make a service call with your DPWS client class. The DPWS client class can be generated from a WSDL using the MfSvcUtil tool.
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