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Canned Testing Fails but WS is working

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I am new to .NET, but not new to WS or development. I am eager to use VB.NET
as a (relatively) rapid WS development tool. One of the .NET features that
helps accomplishing that is the the canned testing architecture while
developing a WS.

I have my environment (WindowsXP Pro, IIS 5.1, VB.NET 2003) working
smoothly. The WS I create work perfectly fine (from other .NET applicatons).
Unfortunately, when I use the Debug->Start and click the Invoke button on
the resulting web page, a new browser window is launched and simply grinds on
forever without any results whatsoever.

I searched this forum and several others for what I thought would be a
"popular" problem - but I've struck out. Does anyone have any advice on what
might be my problem?

Thanks,
Michael O'Neill
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Have you tried attaching the WS process to the debugger clicking the invoke
button?
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I am new to .NET, but not new to WS or development. I am eager to use
VB.NET
as a (relatively) rapid WS development tool. One of the .NET features
that
helps accomplishing that is the the canned testing architecture while
developing a WS.

I have my environment (WindowsXP Pro, IIS 5.1, VB.NET 2003) working
smoothly. The WS I create work perfectly fine (from other .NET
applicatons).
Unfortunately, when I use the Debug->Start and click the Invoke button on
the resulting web page, a new browser window is launched and simply grinds
on
forever without any results whatsoever.

I searched this forum and several others for what I thought would be a
"popular" problem - but I've struck out. Does anyone have any advice on
what
might be my problem?

Thanks,
Michael O'Neill

Nov 21 '05 #2

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