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Calling .NET web service functions via HTTP GET/POST

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Hi,

I know you can call the WS methods using HTTP GET/POST, simply by
providing the method name in the URL and appending the parameters as
the method requires.

However, we would like to use this call method to invoke the
Beginxxx/Endxxx functions that are generated for each method. Is this
possible? Using the plain Begin-function-name in the URL did not work
(although using POST/GET is enabled and works for the 'sync' calls).

Thanks,
Ron Peleg,
Creo

Feb 13 '06 #1
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BeginXXX/EndXXX don't do anything asynchronously over the wire, they'll use
another thread to perform a synchronous call to the web server.

In short, there are no Begin/End methods on the server, that's just asynchronous
client code.

Hi,

I know you can call the WS methods using HTTP GET/POST, simply by
providing the method name in the URL and appending the parameters as
the method requires.

However, we would like to use this call method to invoke the
Beginxxx/Endxxx functions that are generated for each method. Is this
possible? Using the plain Begin-function-name in the URL did not work
(although using POST/GET is enabled and works for the 'sync' calls).

Thanks, Ron Peleg, Creo

Feb 13 '06 #2

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Thanks, this clears things up

Feb 13 '06 #3

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