Friday, April 16, 2010

Windows Mobile 7 Application using ASP.Net WebService

This is a video tutorial which shows a simple example on how to use an asp.net web service using a Windows Mobile 7 application.
HD Quality:Windows Mobile 7 - Web Service

13 comments:

  1. when i made the same steps it worked perfectly, but after updating the visual studio to April release it gives me that the response returned does not contains a header, is this a bug in the new release, do u have any ideas ??

    thanks

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  2. I don't think this is a bug. Does it return any error code or any information which is more detailed?

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  3. just perfect!!! ;)

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  4. Hi ,
    Thanks for your video.
    I tried the above steps but its not working for me.actually i am using php web service

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  5. The ASP.Net web service has a specific data return from XML. You should firstly check what does your PHP web service return in order to find the error. So, you need to return from your php web service something which is accepted by the ASP.Net web service discovery. Otherwise you may write a custom parser in order to manage your data the way you want.

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  6. ty for your reply.
    Actually the php webservice returns a string.
    how can i write a custom parser in order to manage your data the way you want.
    can you provide me some links..! thankYou

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  7. I would suggest using XML. You can return xml from the php web service. After that, you can take this text and use it with the built in XML parser on .Net.

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  8. hello
    Can anybody please tell me how can i Insert Values to MSSQL Server DB using Soap Web Services in Windows phone 7

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  9. Hello Sajid,
    In 00:40 you can see the [WebMethod] code which you may fill up as you wish in the server side. The DB operations with MSSQL are independent from SOAP. You may check this link http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4105042/inserting-textbox-values-into-database in order to see how a DB operation is done. Then, you can fill with DB operation code the [WebMethod] part.
    Regards!

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  10. I prefer your way of writing, good info, thanks for posting : D.

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    Many thanks for providing these details.

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  13. Everything is very open with a precise explanation of the issues.
    It was truly informative. Your website is extremely helpful.
    Thank you for sharing!

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