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VB.NET <webmethod> Returning a string() array

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adh
In c# you can return a String() but in VB.NET2005 it does not work (the
webservice test sends to the error page).
See MS AJAX Controls Toolkit.Autocomplete which demands a String()
reply.

I prefer doing it in VB but how?

Thanks, adh

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Sep 24 '07 #1
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What error are you getting. AFAIK, returning a string array from a webmethod
should not result in any errors.

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"adh" wrote:
In c# you can return a String() but in VB.NET2005 it does not work (the
webservice test sends to the error page).
See MS AJAX Controls Toolkit.Autocomplete which demands a String()
reply.

I prefer doing it in VB but how?

Thanks, adh

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Sep 24 '07 #2

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Adh,

I don't know if it is still there in VB2005, version 2003 started always
with a kind of Hello World sample, so it will be weird if it does not work
anymore.

Cor
Sep 25 '07 #3

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