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Creating ASP.NET web service pages with Macromedia Dreamweaver MX

Macromedia Dreamweaver MX lets you easily create ASP.NET pages that can access web services. Web services allow web pages to access distributed applications. By offering both access to information and application functionality as a service, web services can be delivered and paid for as streams of services that allow ubiquitous access from any platform. The web page that connects to the web service is commonly known as a "consumer," and the service itself is known as a "publisher." Dreamweaver MX lets you browse and choose web services available on the Internet, generate a .NET web service proxy, and drag and drop methods and data types into a page's code view.

Setting up an ASP.NET environment
Finding web services
Generating a proxy and importing a service


Chris Bedford

Chris Bedford is a technical writer for the Contribute documentation team.

28 May 2002

web services, ASP.NET, WSDL, UDDI, tutorial

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