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Chapter 31. Consuming and Providing XML ... > Exploring XML Web Services with .NET...

Exploring XML Web Services with .NET WebService Studio

Microsoft’s .NET WebService Studio (WSS) is an extraordinarily useful application for testing your own and others’ Web services. The primary reason that this section is located midway through the chapter is the time and effort to prepare for its use if you haven’t installed the prerequisites to run .NET applications. Another reason is WSS’s capability to display the IXMLDOMNode property values that are described in the four preceding sections. Basic knowledge of the IXMLDOMNodeList and IXMLDOMNodes objects makes WSS’s SOAP response data display meaningful.

WSS consists of a single tabbed .NET Windows form that lets you send SOAP request messages to a service, inspect the full text of the request and response messages, view the service’s WSDL document, and read the C# proxy code. Like WSR, WSS generates the client proxy for the service. WSS, however, provides text boxes to supply the service’s parameter values.


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