Thursday, July 23, 2009

Adding web reference in Visual Studio 2008 or later

Some people get confused adding web reference in Visual Studio 2008 or later, since it's not by default in the Solution explorer. Only Service reference is shown.

Web reference is actually still available on Visual Studio 2008 or later.
Just right-click on the project where the web reference is to be added, choose Add Service Reference, then click Advanced button. Click Add Web Reference beneath, then insert the URL address of the web service, Go. If the URL address is correct, it will be shown in the listbox saying "Web services found at this URL". Insert the reference name, then click Add Reference, OK.

That's all folks ^^


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