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I have am trying to create a Rich HTML client via web services and not using .aspx pages, although I want to generate the HTML in c#.

I have created a JS wrapper to handle events that will post to and from the web service but I am having trouble creating the controls in the web service.

I can easly create a collection of controls but I can not call extract the HTML that they would generate. I am not sure if the fact the "Render()" method probablly isn;t being called either.

Any help would be great.



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You are having a problem because you are using the wrong tool for the job. XML web services are designed to provide XML not HTML. It's really as simple as that. Web services are for program to program data interfaces not for human to computer UI interfaces.

You could create a client based (win forms) or web application that consumes web services but you have already stated you don't want to use ASPX.

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