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NET Framework, plain and simple. NET architecture represents years of learning about the difficulties inherent in building applications. NET Framework and some of the features that it offers to make Web Service development simple. NET is like the Switzerland of software a place where COM objects, Web Services, and components written 46 part I: Foundations of Web Services part I: Foundations of Web Services 47 in many different languages can join together to form a software solution. NET is its adoption of Internet standards such as XML, SOAP, and WSDL.
Now that you've built a fully functional Web Service, you need to create a client that will access the service through the SOAP protocol. NET automatically creates for your project. This example shows you how to build a simple Windows application that can interact with your service. 1. Start by creating a new project. This time, though, you want to create a Windows application in C#. Call the project Ch1Client. 2. Place two buttons (named Get and Put) and two text boxes (named myName and myValue) on your form.
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Applied SOAP: Implementing .NET XML Web Services by Kenn Scribner