Accessing Web Services in Managed Code

 Windows Communication Foundation Services and ADO.NET Data Services

A Web service client is any component or application that references and uses a Web service. This does not necessarily need to be a client-based application; in fact, in many cases your Web service clients might be other Web applications, such as Web Forms or even other Web services.

Code Model for Accessing Web Services in Managed Code

Describes the process of accessing Web Services in managed code.

Locating Web Services

Provides instructions on how to locate Web Services to access.

How to: Generate a Web Service Proxy

Provides instructions on how to generate a proxy class for a Web Service.

How to: Access a Web Service in Managed Code

Provides instructions on how to access a Web Service from a client application written in managed code.

How to: Access a Web Service Asynchronously in Managed Code

Provides instructions on how to asynchronously access a Web Service from a client application written in managed code.

Programming the Web with Web Services

Provides a portal for all Web Services documentation.

Introduction to Programming Web Services in Managed Code

Describes the Web Services programming paradigm.

Creating Web Services in Managed Code

Describes the process and provides instructions on how to create Web Services in managed code.

Building XML Web Service Clients

Describes the process and provides instructions on building Web Service clients.

Customizing SOAP Messages

Describes how to customize SOAP messages, including how to work with various XML encoding methods.

Using SOAP Headers

Describes how to utilize SOAP headers in Web Services created using ASP.NET and how to include additional information with SOAP messages.

How to: Access XML Web Services from a Browser

Provides instructions on accessing ASP.NET Web Services from a Web browser using HTTP-GET, HTTP-POST and HTTP-SOAP.

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