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Unable to write webservice for sharepoint site

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 03, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
 

Hello all,

I want to write webservice for Autocomplete textbox in sharepoint webpart.

can you please tell me steps ?

Regards,

Shriganesh 




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Hello sir,

I am working on WSS 3.0 . I need to use Auto complete type textbox .

I have  created user control webpart . In that i have taken textbox and attached AJAX extender for autocomplete text.

I have written webservice for that. when click in textbox i see textbox displayes undefined data.

From webservice i m fetching data from database.

and set ajax  extender service name to this as Webservice.asmx.

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can u please tell me how to write webservice for sharepoint and where to deploy that .asmx page.

 

thank you in advance,

Shriganesh

 


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Hello sir,

I am working on WSS 3.0 . I need to use Auto complete type textbox .

I have  created user control webpart . In that i have taken textbox and attached AJAX extender for autocomplete text.

I have written webservice for that. when click in textbox i see textbox displayes undefined data.

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can u please tell me how to write webservice for sharepoint and where to deploy that .asmx page.

 

thank you in advance,

Shriganesh

 


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