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"500 Internal Server Error"

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Greetings,
I have XP Pro and installed IIS 5.1. I tried to create a web service through
VS.Net 2003 Pro. When I click the Open button, I get the above subject line
error message. I've looked online for answers, but to no avail. Any
suggestions from anyone who has had this experience?
Now I'm a beginner in this art. I'm trying to learn how to implement WSs for
a small distributed application. Nothing critical.
Most Thankful. . .
Al
Nov 23 '05 #1
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This message means what it says. There is a problem with your code and the
server is unable to continue to run your application. There's nothing more
we can tell you with such a vague message. You should look into how to set
breakpoints and debug your code.

"Sosa" <So**@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:5A**********************************@microsof t.com...
Greetings,
I have XP Pro and installed IIS 5.1. I tried to create a web service
through
VS.Net 2003 Pro. When I click the Open button, I get the above subject
line
error message. I've looked online for answers, but to no avail. Any
suggestions from anyone who has had this experience?
Now I'm a beginner in this art. I'm trying to learn how to implement WSs
for
a small distributed application. Nothing critical.
Most Thankful. . .
Al

Nov 23 '05 #2

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Thanks Scott,
I will look at my code and do what you suggest. As I stated below, this is
an academic exercise which I undertook on my own. The actual code came from a
Microsoft tutorial on how to build a N-tier application authored by Paul D.
Sheriff for MSDN.
Up to the point where the code was built, without the web service,
everything ran fine without errors. I guess even MS makes mistakes on their
platform!! I will try your suggestion.
Thanks very much.
Sosa.

"Scott M." wrote:
This message means what it says. There is a problem with your code and the
server is unable to continue to run your application. There's nothing more
we can tell you with such a vague message. You should look into how to set
breakpoints and debug your code.

"Sosa" <So**@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:5A**********************************@microsof t.com...
Greetings,
I have XP Pro and installed IIS 5.1. I tried to create a web service
through
VS.Net 2003 Pro. When I click the Open button, I get the above subject
line
error message. I've looked online for answers, but to no avail. Any
suggestions from anyone who has had this experience?
Now I'm a beginner in this art. I'm trying to learn how to implement WSs
for
a small distributed application. Nothing critical.
Most Thankful. . .
Al


Nov 23 '05 #3

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