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sample *.aspx Web file to call a proxy class to an XML SOAP Web Service

Hello,

Maybe no response on my last post because it was too lengthy or the
moderators were too busy? Could someone please post a sample *.aspx Web
file (VB or C#) that calls a proxy class to the PayPal SOAP WSDL XML
Web Services? Also, any quick-steps or instructions, such as, 'don't
forget to register your proxy dll and place it inside the Bin folder'
would be much appreciated.

Thank You,

Nate

Jul 21 '05 #1
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Theres a whole free chapter on this at O'Reilley

http://hacks.oreilly.com/pub/h/2222

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John Timney
ASP.NET MVP
Microsoft Regional Director

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Hello,

Maybe no response on my last post because it was too lengthy or the
moderators were too busy? Could someone please post a sample *.aspx Web
file (VB or C#) that calls a proxy class to the PayPal SOAP WSDL XML
Web Services? Also, any quick-steps or instructions, such as, 'don't
forget to register your proxy dll and place it inside the Bin folder'
would be much appreciated.

Thank You,

Nate

Jul 21 '05 #2
Thank You For Your Reply, John. And sorry if this is considered a
double-post (I also posted to your www.developersdex.com).

I am using notepad and command-line programs (wsdl.exe and csc.exe)
rather than Visual Studio .Net (to save money) to develop my code. I
have been following the 'PayPal Hacks' book and msdn.microsoft.com
articles and I believe that I already have created all of the files
that are needed. I have successfully tested the PayPal API Client.

Could you tell me if any of my actions are incorrect:
1) I created a *.cs file using command-line wsdl.exe and passing it
PayPal's API WSDL file.
2) I created an assembly *.dll file using command-line csc.exe. Is this
the proxy Web reference?
3) I created a simple Web form *.aspx file using VB that includes the
statement: Dim myPayPalAPIInterfaceService As New
PayPalAPIInterfaceService().
4) I created a Bin folder in the same directory as the *.aspx file and
copied the *.dll file into the Bin directory. Is the *.dll file the Web
reference?

When I open the page in an IE6 browser, I get the error: BC30002: Type
'PayPalAPIInterfaceService' is not defined.

Thanks In Advance For Your Help.

Nate

Jul 21 '05 #3
Thank You For Your Reply, John.

I am using notepad and command-line programs (wsdl.exe and csc.exe)
rather than Visual Studio .Net (to save money) to develop my code. I
have been following the 'PayPal Hacks' book and msdn.microsoft.com
articles and I believe that I already have created all of the files that
are needed. I have successfully tested the PayPal API Client.

Could you tell me if any of my actions are incorrect:
1) I created a *.cs file using command-line wsdl.exe and passing it
PayPal's API WSDL file.
2) I created an assembly *.dll file using command-line csc.exe. Is this
the proxy Web reference?
3) I created a simple Web form *.aspx file using VB that includes the
statement: Dim myPayPalAPIInterfaceService As New
PayPalAPIInterfaceService().
4) I created a Bin folder in the same directory as the *.aspx file and
copied the *.dll file into the Bin directory. Is the *.dll file the Web
reference?

When I open the page in an IE6 browser, I get the error: BC30002: Type
'PayPalAPIInterfaceService' is not defined.

Thanks In Advance For Your Help.

Nate

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