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Web Pages and Web Services (How Do I in C#)

Updated: September 2008

This page links to help on widely used Web applications tasks. To view other categories of popular tasks covered in Help, see How Do I in C#.

What's New in ASP.NET and Web Development

Introduction to Visual Web Developer, the development tool for creating ASP.NET Web pages.

Introduction to ASP.NET Web Pages

Provides an overview of the fundamental characteristics of how ASP.NET Web pages work in Web applications.

Windows Communication Foundation

Home page for the Microsoft platform for connected applications and Web services.

XML Documents and Data

Links to articles on how to read and write XML documents and data.

Web Services in Managed Code

Links to articles on how to create and deploy Web services and how to access Web services in managed code.

How to: Access a Web Service in Managed Code

Describes how to access Web services.

How to: Access a Web Service Asynchronously in Managed Code

Describes the asynchronous approach to accessing Web services.

How to: Explore Web Service Content

Describes how to explore Web service content.

How to: Create ASP.NET Web Service Projects

Describes how to create ASP.NET Web service projects.

How to: Use the WebService Attribute

Describes how to use the WebService attribute to specify the namespace and description text for the XML Web service

How to: Inherit from the WebService Class

Describes how to inherit from the WebService Class.

How to: Create a Web Service Method

Describes how to create a Web Service method.

How to: Use the WebMethod Attribute

Describes how to use the WebMethod Attribute to indicate that you want the method exposed as part of the XML Web service.

How to: Debug Web Services in Managed Code

Describes how to debug XML Web services in managed code.

How to: Deploy Web Services in Managed Code

Describes how to deploy Web services in managed code.

How to: Generate a Web Service Proxy

Describes how to generate a Web service proxy.

Walkthrough: Redirecting an Application to Target a Different Web Service at Installation

Demonstrates how to create a Web application that can be redirected to target a different XML Web service by using the URL Behavior property, an Installer class, and a Web Setup project.

These sites require an Internet connection.

MSDN Web Services and Other Distributed Technologies Developer Center

Articles, code examples and many other resources for developing and connecting to Web services.

MSDN XML Developer Center

Articles, code examples and many other resources for working with XML data.

Microsoft ASP.NET Developer Center

Articles, code examples and many other resources for creating ASP.NET Web pages.

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September 2008

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