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Webservices and Webfcous

Webservices and Webfcous

Webservices and Webfcous

Any one have any experience using the webservices support that webfcous is offering if yes , please start discussing abt it here , want to learn more abt that .
Thank you

RE: Webservices and Webfcous

All WF focexecs can be exposed as web services. You can create the WSDL simply by typing in a URL. I have done this and using Visual Studio .NET create a VB.NET program that calls a focexec and parameters. This is a chargable feature of WebFOCUS.

RE: Webservices and Webfcous

Hi focman . it willbe so great if you can give me some working code sample so that i can start using it , presently im in the older version of 3webfocus 4.3.6 with latest service packs and we are using mre environment , the environment we have created is one oif the best , the filter pages are just so crispy and neat looking java script and html and asp pages , IBI is asking as to represent ourselves in thr upcoming issues , Can you pleasre help me to get some more knowledge on the webservices side , like do i need the 5.2 version or i can wrok with present version it self please mail me back , my personal id is ganesh.siddhamalli@crowncastle.com.
Thank you .

RE: Webservices and Webfcous

Release 5.2 is needed for WF Web Services. Look at the article that was previously mentioned. Do you have VS.NET ?

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