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JScript .NET, Part VII: Consuming add from ASP.NET: A Final Word - Doc JavaScript


JScript .NET, Part VII: Consuming add from ASP.NET

A Final Word

In this column, we showed you how to consume Web services from ASP.NET. We first explained ASP.NET's role in server interactions, and its similarities to HTML's role in client interactions. We guided you through the process of defining a default Web site and linking it to the directory where your files reside on your hard drive. We went through the flow of generating the proxy for the add Web service, its class, namespace, and .dll file. We taught you how to write the ASP.NET consumer, with its two ASP.NET controls, ASP:TEXTBOX and ASP:BUTTON. We showed the JScript .NET portion of the page, how to call the Web service from within the consumer, and what the page looks like in the browser.

In this column you have learned:

The following files were zipped for you: simpleCalc.asmx (the add Web service) and simpleCalcConsumer.aspx (a consumer of the add Web service).


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