Articles tagged under webservice

Web service calls from javascript using ATLAS (part 3) - Complex properties

Web service calls from javascript using ATLAS (part 3) - Complex properties Part two covered returning objects with multiple properties from a webservice and accessing those properties from javascript. This article demonstrates that even 'complex' properties are supported by the ATLAS

Dave Howard - 5,299 views

Web service calls from javascript using ATLAS (part 2) - Complex return types

Web service calls from javascript using ATLAS (part 2) - Complex return types Following on from part one which showed how to make web service calls from javscript, this article will now show the flexibility of the ATLAS framework by calling a web service that returns an object from jav

Dave Howard - 6,969 views

Web service calls from javascript using ATLAS (part 1)

Web service calls from javascript using ATLAS (part 1) ATLAS provides a fantastic mechanism for making web service calls from javascript code. Take the simple web service below... public class myWebService : System.Web.Services.WebServic

Dave Howard - 5,892 views

Using a DataSet as a return type on an Atlas Javascript WebService call

Using a DataSet as a return type on an Atlas Javascript WebService call If the WebService you are calling returns a DataSet it may not be obvious how to get to the data in the returned object. Here is a little example which may help you on your way..

Paul Hayman - 7,899 views

Calling a WebService (from JavaScript) with Atlas

Calling a WebService (from JavaScript) with Atlas This is too easy and damn powerful! WebServices can be called from JavaScript directly once the service is registered in the Script Manager. Script Manager Add your service to the manager as seen below: <atlas:Script

Paul Hayman - 5,843 views

Enabling HttpGet and HttpPost for web services

Enabling HttpGet and HttpPost for web services If your web application needs to accept incoming webservice method requests based on the GET and POST protocols then add the following lines to your web.config file. <configuration>   <system.web>

Barrington Haynes - 8,773 views