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Old January 21st, 2008, 03:39 PM
Bob Bedell Bob Bedell is offline
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Unless BSPropService is a Web Service (.asmx file), in which case you need to, preferably, create an app to consume it (and get some visual feedback from the service).

Or in IIS, right click the .asmx file and select 'Browse',

Or in your browser address bar type:

http://localhost/NameOfYourSite/NameOfYourService.asmx

In either of these last two cases, ASP.NET will generate a test page that describes the methods exposed by the web service interface.

You could also type:

http://localhost/PTServicecs/ProjectTracker.asmx?WSDL

to retrieve a Web Services Description Language document which also describes the methods exposed by the web service interface and forms the basis of the ASP.NET test page.

HTH,

- Bob