i would like to ask if how can my vb.net app client consumes dynamic web service (URL). sometimes my webservice changes its IP thus my vb.net client can't connect to the webservice during compilation of my code. in vb6... i can simply do some dynamic change in my webservice using SOAP
I'm pushing the bounds of what one should ask of others with this one, but I'm totally stuck, so here goes.This is my first web service. Not only that, it's my companies first web service - nobody I work with has ever written or consumed anything like this one. I know these things are not complicated, but for a first kick at the can, this is killing me because the API is so large.
I need to write a Windows forms app in VB 2008 to communicate with a Web Service.I have searched MSDN and many other sites trying to find a good tutorial or example code with no luck. The one really good piece of code I found did not compile.It needed to import Microsoft.UDDI.I found numerous references to the UDDI SDK, but could not find any site where I could successfully download it.I have the UDDI.dll but it is in my VB 8 folder and would not register.There is no such ddl in my VB 9 folder.
We are in the process of creating a new WCF web service (WCF service that has an basicHttpBinding Endpoint) to carry out some of our business logic. The web application connects not problem at all, however our legacy Compact framework application doesn't seem to see the service at all. Are we on to a loser here and should we just revert to ASMX web service (the Compact framework cannot be upgraded) or is there a way around this?
I want to create a class library .NET web project that encapsulates the functionality of consuming a web service. I can create the .NET class web project and add a web service (Visual Studio 2005) but I cannot seem to figure out how to reference it. It's easy to reference in a web site (simply address it by name), but apparently in the class library project things are different because I cannot figure out the namespace or reference name.
how to publish or consume web service at my server?how to reference web service from different web forms? i have a webservice it works fine at local host. i need to upload web service on my website which is written in visual basic 2008 asp .net and my website is written in c# asp .net. how do i reference web service in my c# page.
I'm building a .NET component that will call an external web service. I used the "Add Service Reference" dialog to add the web service to my component, which generates the code needed to consume the service and adds the settings to the app.config file.I'm testing the component by adding a reference to its DLL from a Console application and calling the appropriate method that creates a new instance of the web service: ... = new MyServiceSoapClient(). However, when I do this, I get the following exception:
Could not find default endpoint element that references contract 'MyServicesSoap' in the ServiceModel client configuration section. This might be because no configuration file was found for your application, or because no endpoint element matching this contract could be found in the client element.This makes sense since the app.config isn't being brought over with the component's DLL. How can I call the web service without having to rely on the settings in the App.Config?
I created a dll project in visual studio 2008, and i dont see the add web reference option, only the Service Reference option whish looks like it takes a WCF not a regular asmx web service, is that correct?
i have a Windows service that is hosting a WCF service through net.tcp and this is working great. I have also created a WCF service application. I am trying to add the net.tcp service reference to the service application. Then I add it to the GAC that goes ok but if I try to RegAsm the WCF service application to allow it to be called from Server.CreateObject I get the error:
Warning: Type library exporter encountered a type that derives from a generic class and is not marked as [ClassInterface(ClassInterfaceType.None)]. Class interfaces cannot be exposed for such types. Consider marking the type with [ClassInterface(ClassInterfaceType.None)] and exposing an explicit interface as the default interface to COM using the ComDefaultInterface attribute.
It does not work. I have tried to call it through a class library but this does not work either as the end point is not set correctly.
From a .NET application, how do I consume a Web Service developed using gSoap c/C++ library? I can create a C/C++ client using gSoap library to consume the web service. But I need to consume it from within a .NET (C#) application. I tried Adding a Web Reference but that doesn't seem to work. Would I need to work with raw Soap Packets?
I experimenting with the Twitter streaming api, an am trying to open a stream for a user to consume events as they happen. I using a standard set of classes for making REST api calls to twitter. When using url... in a "GET" call the response stream never ends.I'm opening a StreamReader and reading the response as I would with any other REST call to Twitter. This is probably obvious to others, but how do I "consume" this stream... Is there a way to read the StreamReader as it's reading (meaning before it closes)? or maybe there a different method I can user to consume this stream.... again, I apologize if this seams to be elementary to some, but I can't figure it out at the moment. Here is the original source I started troubleshooting this with.This method was fabricated from a set of C# Classes I found in a forum on LinkedIn. At the line that reads "responseData = responseReader.ReadToEnd()" the method starts to "drink" the stream... but do so like a bottomless cup... reading this stream of data in real time before it closes (which is essentially until I stop debugging or kill the process) is the question I'm tackling.[code]
This write the opened twitter stream to the file, and every time I Tweet, Retweet, Delete, Direct Message... and so on.The file grows with a JSON object appended to the text. I used the Do While 0 < 1 for testing here, because I just wanted to see it working. I see on MSDN StreamReader Constructor Description that the New constructor is supposed to accept a Boolean value for "leaveOpen", but no such argument allowed when I try to add this to the constructor.Does anyone have a good example of how to do this with forcing and infinite loop or just a better approach than this... I would like to simply read new updates sent each time from Twitter, and address them accordingly? There is obviously a way, I'm just new to the concept of consuming a stream like this with out it being closed.
I am getting a System.OutOfMemoryException from my vb.net application, it happened from one certain user. I am trying to figure out whether my application takes too much memory space or the PC has low memory. But she just upgraded her desktop as i3 Intel CPU and higher memory.
I have a VB2008 application which can control a windows service i.e. start, stop, pause etc. This runs ok on a Windows XP machine but not on a Win 7 machine (message is - Service error cannot open <service name> service on computer '.') ( if I stop the UAC then it runs ok ). It seems to be a rights issue,
i have created a dynamic tabpage and a dynamic tablelayoutpanel inside it then added dynamic textboxes and labels inside the tablelayoutpanel...the thing is , i am having a problem on how to access the value of those textboxes and labels and add them as new columns in the new table(tagpage) in mysql database, i can already create the table in the database but i cant add the new columns in it. heres the code for accessing the values of the labels and textboxes
error: NullReferenceException was unhandled....Object variable or With block variable not set.
I need to represent the following query using LINQ:
DECLARE @PurchasedInventoryItemID Int = 2 DECLARE @PurchasedInventorySectionID Int = 0 DECLARE @PurchasedInventoryItem_PurchasingCategoryID Int = 3 DECLARE @PurchasedInventorySection_PurchasingCategoryID Int = 0
Now, I know that a query in .NET doesnt look like this, this is my test in the SQL Design Studio. Naturally VB.NET variables will be used in place of the SQL local variables.My problem is this: All of the conditions after "WHERE" are optional. In that a query might be made that uses one, some, all, or none of the conditions. V.PropertyID and V.Value can also appear any number of times.In VB.NET I can make this query easy enough by simply concatenating strings, and using a loop to append the "V.PropertyID/V.Value" conditions.I can also make a Stored Procedure in MS SQL, which is easy enough.However, I want to accomplish this using LINQ.
Ive managed to dynamically create a form, and dynamically create a timer, but i have not been able to create the timer on the dynamic form. Specifically, i need to be able to have the timer itself create another form with a timer. (I realize that this would create a new form every interval on the timer, that is what i want to do)
1. A way to add the timer to the dynamic form, and maintain the timer sub on my main form.
2. A way to create the whole thing over (dynamic form and timer) through the previous dynamic form and timer.
I was thinking i could use a collection/array to store the forms and timers, but i'm still having trouble figuring out how to add entire forms or timers into a list. (A timer is not considered a control, so i cant use a controlcollection...)
Heres my code;
Private Sub Form1_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load Dim frm As New Form
*EDIT* Btw, my idea was to use i as a variable that increases every time a form is created, then insert the form into the array, with i as the integer. i just need to know how to create a new form with a different name each time. (as with timers)
Is there an easy way to consume xml to access any of the nodes directly without reading line by line?Here is a sample set of the xml working with. It contains two records of data. I am trying to find a way to load it so if I wanted to get say PostalCode and say Site SID value quickly.
HTML <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?><MainSite><MainSites Found="201" Returned="20" Status="0"><Site SID="123456"><Relevance>0.985</Relevance><Title>JDoe</Title><DateModified Date="2010-01-29T01:05:00">1/29/2010</DateModified><DateCreated Date="2010-01-29T01:05:00">1/29/2010</DateCreated><PersonalData><Confidential>0</Confidential><Name><First>John</First><Middle>
Public Function ExecuteSql(strSql As String, connectionString As String) As SqlDataReader Dim conn As New SqlConnection(connectionString) Dim cmd As New SqlCommand(strSql, conn) Dim dr As SqlDataReader
As you can see,this function return a datareader, so i can manipulate data as i like. The problem is: the connection remain open.Is there a command to 'close globally connection' ?
I am trying to communicate with a Windows service on a remote machine on the network but i keep getting an exception saying the following: "System.InvalidOperationException: Cannot open Service Control Manager on computer 'machine001'. This operation might require other priviledges. ---> System.ComponentModel.Win32Exception: Access is denied.
This is a bit of unusual problem that I'm experiencing, but recently one of the users of a production application started reporting errors in the system. These were traced to a 503 Service Unavailable error when making a call to a web service used by the application.
Now here's the odd part, only the one user is affected by this issue. Other users of the application have not reported any errors. When the user logged on to a different machine that worked for another user, they still received the error.