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Importing Data into Peachtree - Multiware - Web Service

Importing Data into Peachtree - Multiware - Web Service

Importing Data into Peachtree - Multiware - Web Service

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Hi,
I just installed your Multiware Tool for PeachTree, and I am running some tests with the DLL. I am trying out the code included on page 19 of the manual on a VB6 Windows Application, it works perfectly.  On Visual Studio .NET on a Windows Application, it also works.
 
I am programming an interface between SQL and Peachtree, based on a WebService.  Because of this, I am trying the code on Visual Studio .NET on a WebService Application, and I just noticed that it is not working.  The createData method returns False, and because of that the Import Method fails.  Is there some configuration in regards to WebServices that is required in order for the DLL to work ?  Please let me know, thanks.

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