I am writting a client applicatin that acesses a webservice written by another company. I need to test against this webservice but since it is live I need another place to test with. I don't have access to the code from the webservice but have added a reference to my project. I would like to create a test platform using C# which will run on IIS and not Java.
I have created a basic webserive using both the NetBeans platform and the VS/C# platform. The problem I am having is if I dynamically change the web address from one to the other my client application complains that the webservice is invalid. I have verified all the calls are the same.
Are there any setting with VS/C# that allow me to configure it to behave more like the Java webservice? I don't have the server support to host the Java application for full testing along with other problems using the Java version.
I have run both services in the "WCF Test Client" and can see where the WCF service uses the varibles for request and the Java uses body/request but can't get the WCF to follow that format. I read somewhere about changing the OperationContract with SoapRpcMethod but then the mentod is not longer exposed. I also tried a Web Service in .NET 3.5 instead of a WCF server but that seems to be more trouble and does not
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