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Visual J# Walkthroughs

Visual Studio 2005

The following walkthroughs are intended to familiarize you with using Visual Studio features to write Visual J# applications.

Creating and Accessing XML Web Services Walkthroughs

Creating an XML Web Service with Visual J#

Describes the process for writing a simple XML Web service using the ASP.NET Web Service project template.

Accessing an XML Web Service with a Visual J# Web Forms Client

Describes the process for writing a Web Forms client for an XML Web service.

Accessing an XML Web Service with a Visual J# Windows Client

Describes the process for writing a Windows Form client for an XML Web service.

Components and Controls Authoring Walkthroughs

Authoring a Component with Visual J#

Shows the development of a simple component, illustrating the interaction between client and component, object lifetime and circular references, debugging clients and components, and the use of shared methods and instance methods.

Authoring a Simple Multithreaded Component with Visual J#

Demonstrates creating a multithreaded component, explaining how threads work and how to coordinate multiple threads in your component.

Authoring a User Control with Visual J#

Shows how to develop a simple user control that inherits from the UserControl class and how to inherit from an established user control.

Inheriting from a Windows Forms Control with Visual J#

Demonstrates how to create a simple inherited button control. This button inherits functionality from the standard Windows Forms button and exposes a custom member.

Related Sections

Visual J# NET

Provides links to various areas of the Visual J# documentation set.

Visual J# Samples

Sample source code showing how to write applications for the .NET Framework using Visual J#.

Visual Studio Walkthroughs

Step-by-step guides for creating different types of applications and components using the various Visual Studio programming languages.

See Also

Other Resources

Visual J# Reference

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