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web service method doesn't work

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 26, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

DEar all,


I have developed a asp.net website in visual studio 2008, I have Sharepoint server 2010 installed n configured.

In my asp.net website I have a function which will create a folder in the sharepoint site.

My problem is when I have published the website, the folder is not being created.

But when i am debugging it, the folder is being created in the sharepoint site.

My Code is as follows:



String CreateFolder(string sfolderName)



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