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    Hi Everyone

    Hi Everyone,
    My name is Eni
    I am .net Developer
    I want to share my ideas with the members of this forum and resolve problems that i have.
    Thanks

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    Hello Eni..

    Nice to meet you..

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    Hi eni welcome to this forum. Best of luck.

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    Nice to meet you, my name is vuong

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    Hi Vuong,
    I am working on a project ,it is on classic asp.I have to call webservice from classic asp.I called from asp.net but i dont know how to call from classic asp.What do you tihnk?

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    Hi
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    Quote Originally Posted by eni View Post
    Hi Vuong,
    I am working on a project ,it is on classic asp.I have to call webservice from classic asp.I called from asp.net but i dont know how to call from classic asp.What do you tihnk?
    Welcome.
    You'd better ask that question in the .NET forum: http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=141
    It's very unlikely that you'll get an answer in the introductions forum.

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    eni already has a thread on the subject in the Clasic ASP forum: http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/show...64#post5653064

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    Quote Originally Posted by TechnoBear View Post
    eni already has a thread on the subject in the Clasic ASP forum: http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/show...64#post5653064
    Ah yes, that's better. I read the question wrong, I thought he wanted to call a classic asp thingy from asp.net...

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    Listen,what i am not able to do is:I want to call the webservice from asp,i already called this webservice from asp.net,and then i converted this asp.net project in a com interop dll,from there,i will call this dll from asp.How to test locally ,to call this dll from an sample asp page if everything is working fine before register this dll on our server.
    This i dont know how to test locally the dll,to call this dll from asp,where to store the dll before calling from sample code classic asp?
    Will help me a lot a quick response from the participants of this forum.
    Thanks
    Eni

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    And as we've already explained, you'll get a much better response by posting in the right forum. I see you've also made the same post in your thread in the Classic ASP forum, so I'm going to close this thread now to ensure the discussion all stays in one place.


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