This tutorial is subdivided into two parts. The first part shows you how to build a web service project containing a simple web service. The second part builds on the project and web service created in the first part by adding a simple custom control that calls methods on existing controls.
You will also learn how to use the Web Service Design View, a graphical editor for creating web services.
Note: This tutorial requests that you create a new workspace; if you already have a workspace open, this will restart the IDE. Before beginning, you might want to launch help in standalone mode to avoid an interruption the restart could cause, then locate this topic in the new browser. See Using Help in a Standalone Mode for more information.
In the first part of the tutorial, you will use the IDE to build a web service project and a simple web service.
These are the steps you will follow for Part I of the tutorial:
In the second part of the tutorial, you will create a custom control that calls methods on pre-existing controls that are provided to you. You will then add a method to your web service that calls a method on this custom control. The result is to return data from a sample database.
These are the steps you will follow for Part II of the tutorial:
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