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Old January 20th, 2009, 09:42 AM
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Hi guys, hoping that someone can help.

I have been working through chapter 23 - XML Web Services, but have come to a part that doesn't make any sense. Page 854, Building the Consumer.
It states: "To work through this example, drop a GridView and an ObjectDataSource server control onto the design surface of the web form" - but there is no mention as to what where the form page is. I have tried the Service.vb file located in App Code, but this does not seem to be correct. Also there are no ObjectDataSource, or Gridview Controls located in my Toolbox.

Any help on this mater would be great.

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Think the Book just misses out that a default.aspx file needs to be created and the ObjectDataSource, and Gridview should be added in there.





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