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Chapter 31. Consuming and Providing XML ... > Solving WSR Class Generation Problem...

Solving WSR Class Generation Problems

WSR tries to create classes for any valid WSDL documents. If WSR determines the WSDL document isn’t valid or WSR can’t process it, the Search Result text box displays a “Your search returned no results” message. In rare cases, you receive an error message when you click WSR’s Add button. Some WSDL documents generate classes that won’t compile. As an example, the WSDL documents that Microsoft SQLXML 3.0 generates for Web services created from SQL Server 2000 stored procedures produce VBA classes that generate compilation errors. This is an important issue, because SQLXML 3.0 makes providing data-driven Web services a quick and easy process. A typical application for SQL Server 2000 Web services is delivering up-to-date product catalogs or similar reference data via the Internet to Access order processing applications designed for sales agents or customers.

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Future versions of SQLXML, WSR, or both might correct the problem you solve in the following sections. The techniques you learn, however, let you—rather than WSR—manage the processing of any SOAP response message by writing relatively simple VBA procedures.



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