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I can't seem to find codes or guides on doing a up-to-date whether forecast in my website. I want to display whether forecast in my website using web service. Can anyone help, and guide or solution will be deeply appreciated.
Posted 19-Jun-13 2:32am
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Ron Beyer at 19-Jun-13 7:55am
   
First you need to pick a weather "service". What site are you using to get your weather data from?

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Hi. On the link below you can access the WSDL for a web service. In the Visual studio right click on the project, choose add service reference and enter the provided address in the resulting window. This will create a web service client which you can use to access the service.
 
link: http://www.webservicex.com/globalweather.asmx?wsdl[^]
 
Uros
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koleraba at 19-Jun-13 18:17pm
   
Hey. I really don't mind if my answers are down-voted, but I think it would be decent if the person who down-voted an answer would at least explain his reasons. How else can we know what makes hour answers 'not good' and make them better?
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