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Additional component to web service

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I post here is because there is no one answer my question(10 days ago) in
"web service" news group.

I am going to implement a program on the web service side. The program will
work with the web services so that it can do some check on the data before
invoking any web method. The program will do some general checks, and does
not know exactly what kinds of web methods behind.

I think I could write a dll, then let the web services to call this dll
first before the web methods are invoked. But I do not how to do exactly.

Is there any way to integrate the program into the web services? Please
give me a guide in details.

Thanks.
Mar 24 '06 #1
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Goodman,

At least you can try this sample on our website. I thought that was pretty
simple.

http://www.vb-tips.com/default.aspx?...2-dd138c31a825

I hope this helps,

Cor

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I post here is because there is no one answer my question(10 days ago) in
"web service" news group.

I am going to implement a program on the web service side. The program
will
work with the web services so that it can do some check on the data before
invoking any web method. The program will do some general checks, and does
not know exactly what kinds of web methods behind.

I think I could write a dll, then let the web services to call this dll
first before the web methods are invoked. But I do not how to do exactly.

Is there any way to integrate the program into the web services? Please
give me a guide in details.

Thanks.

Mar 24 '06 #2

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