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XML Web Services Walkthroughs (Visual J#)

Visual Studio 2005

These walkthroughs cover two separate development paths: creating XML Web services and accessing XML Web services. The accessing XML Web services walkthroughs demonstrate a Web Forms client and a Windows client.

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Walkthrough: 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.

Walkthrough: 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.

Walkthrough: 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.

Related Sections

Visual J# Walkthroughs

Describes how to create distributed Web applications, work with Windows Forms and Web Forms, and create and access XML Web services.

Creating and Accessing XML Web Services Walkthroughs

Demonstrates the development of an XML Web service using Visual C#, Visual Basic, ATL Server, and C++. There are also corresponding walkthroughs for accessing the XML Web service.

XML Web Services in Managed Code

Covers the technologies for creating, distributing, and consuming XML Web services using Visual Basic or Visual C#.

Visual J# Reference

Provides links to reference documentation on J# keywords, J# operators, J# classes, and so on.

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