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Hi, I am using a IIS 7.5 on Windows 7. I have a simple application that uses System.Net.WebRequest to POST data to another URL (in fact, the server side URL is on my local computer and it is hosted in IIS 7.5).
1. The problem is the server does not save data from client although on the client side codes when I debug and I see the OK message return from the code line
response.StatusDescription; // this has value of "OK"
2. How can I debug the server code side where to receive the request from client side who posts the data ?
The following is the codes for client who posts data using System.Net.WebRequest, and codes for server side who received posted data to save to database.
Client side codes: // also run on my local computer
public string PostIntegrationXml(XmlDocument xmlSubmitDoc)
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