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Unformatted text preview: Result is an XML document encoding="utf<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> <int xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/MathService/">121</int> 36 Consuming Web Services Invoking: HTTP-SOAP XML grammar for WebMethod, Method parameter, results Supports all standard .NET datatypes and value classes Additionally: classes, structs, datasets Class and struct marshalling Serialization in XML format Consuming Web Services Type Marshalling Using HTTP-GET or HTTP-POST Primitive types E.g. int, string, float, double, byte, … Enum types Arrays of primitives and enums By-value only 37 Consuming Web Services Type Marshalling Using SOAP Primitive types Enum types Classes and structs DataSet XmlNode Arrays of all of the above By-value and by-reference are supported Consuming Web Services Trying It Out Request without method name or parameters ASP.NET returns a page listing all methods http://localhost/MathService.asmx Click one of the methods and you can test it out http://localhost/MathService.asmx?op=Multiply Specify parameters and Invoke Only for primitive data types Sample requests/responses 38 Consuming Web Ser...
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