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How to capture request and response XML files from client side?

I have a VB.Net program that consumes a web service. When calling the web
service from my program, I would like to be able to capture and evaluate the
request xml going out and the response xml that comes back. I think this is
very important in debugging (that's what I am doing now). But I couldn't
figour out how to do it. Could some one show me how to capture these files
from the client side?

Thanks a million!

Feng
Nov 23 '05 #1
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Are you running Whidbey? If so, have a look at
http://blogs.msdn.com/feroze_daud/ar...12/416922.aspx

You will have to copy that file into web.config and put it into the
application directory where your webservice is running.
Make sure to give the ASp.Net process identity write permission to the
directory where you want the logfile to be created.
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I have a VB.Net program that consumes a web service. When calling the web
service from my program, I would like to be able to capture and evaluate
the
request xml going out and the response xml that comes back. I think this
is
very important in debugging (that's what I am doing now). But I couldn't
figour out how to do it. Could some one show me how to capture these files
from the client side?

Thanks a million!

Feng

Nov 23 '05 #2

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