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xml webservice fails on installed maschine

Hi guru's
It runs ok on my developmaschine, and on the test server that i've set up.
but fails after installing on the customers server.
I made a XML webservice that does these steps:
a) access a db for updating ( fails on client )
b) saves some associated files (DIMES/SOAP) ( not testet outside development )
c) writes a log file ( fails on client )

I think a and c has to do with setting ISS up correctly on the customers
server.
can anyone help ?
Nov 23 '05 #1
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That's hard to say withouth actually knowing what you are doing. But my
best bet would be the Secuirty settings are different on you
developememt than the customers set up. check that the IIS is running on
correct credential for database access as well as access to the lo file

Regards
Erymuzuan Mustapa

kenneth fleckenstein nielsen wrote:
Hi guru's
It runs ok on my developmaschine, and on the test server that i've set up.
but fails after installing on the customers server.
I made a XML webservice that does these steps:
a) access a db for updating ( fails on client )
b) saves some associated files (DIMES/SOAP) ( not testet outside development )
c) writes a log file ( fails on client )

I think a and c has to do with setting ISS up correctly on the customers
server.
can anyone help ?

Nov 23 '05 #2
kenneth fleckenstein nielsen wrote:
Hi guru's
It runs ok on my developmaschine, and on the test server
that i've set up. but fails after installing on the
customers server.
I made a XML webservice that does these steps:
a) access a db for updating ( fails on client )
b) saves some associated files (DIMES/SOAP) ( not testet
outside development ) c) writes a log file ( fails on
client )

I think a and c has to do with setting ISS up correctly
on the customers server.
can anyone help ?


What's the OS of your customer's server? Is your SOAP webservice
using an ASP or an ISAPI listener?
--
The answer to the ethernal question is:
put a read events after the launch of the form
Nov 23 '05 #3
I think your right that it's about setting the iss up to allow database access.
I just cant seam to find that check box on my services propertysheet. the io
is there.

"erymuzuan" wrote:
That's hard to say withouth actually knowing what you are doing. But my
best bet would be the Secuirty settings are different on you
developememt than the customers set up. check that the IIS is running on
correct credential for database access as well as access to the lo file

Regards
Erymuzuan Mustapa

kenneth fleckenstein nielsen wrote:
Hi guru's
It runs ok on my developmaschine, and on the test server that i've set up.
but fails after installing on the customers server.
I made a XML webservice that does these steps:
a) access a db for updating ( fails on client )
b) saves some associated files (DIMES/SOAP) ( not testet outside development )
c) writes a log file ( fails on client )

I think a and c has to do with setting ISS up correctly on the customers
server.
can anyone help ?

Nov 23 '05 #4
the server os is win2000, and the SOAP webservice is build with C#, and .net
using httpapplication and it's werbservice as base classes, I'm not sure
which interface they support
--

"Villi Bernaroli" wrote:
kenneth fleckenstein nielsen wrote:
Hi guru's
It runs ok on my developmaschine, and on the test server
that i've set up. but fails after installing on the
customers server.
I made a XML webservice that does these steps:
a) access a db for updating ( fails on client )
b) saves some associated files (DIMES/SOAP) ( not testet
outside development ) c) writes a log file ( fails on
client )

I think a and c has to do with setting ISS up correctly
on the customers server.
can anyone help ?


What's the OS of your customer's server? Is your SOAP webservice
using an ASP or an ISAPI listener?
--
The answer to the ethernal question is:
put a read events after the launch of the form

Nov 23 '05 #5
the OS on my test server and on the client is win2000 server, and the
webservice is build in c# using .net. With the base classes derived from
httpApplication and webservice, but i'm not sure about ASP or an ISAPI
listener?

"Villi Bernaroli" wrote:
kenneth fleckenstein nielsen wrote:
Hi guru's
It runs ok on my developmaschine, and on the test server
that i've set up. but fails after installing on the
customers server.
I made a XML webservice that does these steps:
a) access a db for updating ( fails on client )
b) saves some associated files (DIMES/SOAP) ( not testet
outside development ) c) writes a log file ( fails on
client )

I think a and c has to do with setting ISS up correctly
on the customers server.
can anyone help ?


What's the OS of your customer's server? Is your SOAP webservice
using an ASP or an ISAPI listener?
--
The answer to the ethernal question is:
put a read events after the launch of the form

Nov 23 '05 #6
it fails when i login, because the user and the password is correct for the
db, and i can log onto the db with that user when i connect to it normally.

bool ok = sesseion.UserLogin(user,psw);

and it works on other installations ( my test maschine )

"kenneth fleckenstein nielsen" wrote:
Hi guru's
It runs ok on my developmaschine, and on the test server that i've set up.
but fails after installing on the customers server.
I made a XML webservice that does these steps:
a) access a db for updating ( fails on client )
b) saves some associated files (DIMES/SOAP) ( not testet outside development )
c) writes a log file ( fails on client )

I think a and c has to do with setting ISS up correctly on the customers
server.
can anyone help ?

Nov 23 '05 #7

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