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BOOK: Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 BOOK VB ISBN: 978-0-7645-8850-1; C# ISBN: 978-0-470-04258-8
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Default Ch 12, Try It Out, p.442, Line 3. Page not appear

Line 3, p.442 says: "This creates a template..."

In my case the template web service does NOT appear. I clicked the code in FixtureService.vb but the page pictured in Fig 12-8 still did not appear.

Either way, the IDE displays code as per Line 4, p. 443. So, one CAN proceed...

However, I want to see the Add Web Reference page as per Figure 12-8.
I'm guessing that in the future the need to browse for an exisitng web service
will arise, so it is important not to bypass seeing this page.

Has anyone been able to display it?

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FIX. Found out how to do this (several hours later).

One simply right clicks on the uppermost line(the project)
in the Solution Explorer. (Mine says: "c:\...\WroxUnited\".)
Scroll down the menu of offerings and select click)
Add Web Reference... .

Knew there had to be a way!)

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Turns out there is still another way to get to see the Add Web Reference
dialog box.

Simply click on IDE main menu item Website and select Add Web Reference
from the dropdown menu. (Simple, once you know how.)

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