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Comments by anshudutta (Top 21 by date)
DO you mean proxy for web services?
What kind of graph are you talking about?
Use AJAX to handle post back. Thats what google does
There is no code, i am using a simple blank project with some controls dropped on the Page.xaml
Please give detailed description of your problem and error message.
There are many ebooks and online tutorial. Please google
Do you want to do this through code?
I tried it with arrayList adding 1,2,3,4 as doubles. Still no luck. Could you get it working?
I am using IIS 7.5 with windows 7. I have confiured https binding in port 8083 in my IIS. I have attached a certificate to that port called MyWCFServiceCert which I created using makecert. I then followed the steps that you mentioned.
I don't get any errors as such. Only chrome and IE says the certificate is not trusted. This even when I imported my certificate in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities folder. In a nutshell, I have my certificates in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities but still get the certificate error in IE / chrome (but not firefox). I do not want to make the client ignore the certificate error as that would just bypass the problem and not address the issue.
Did you ever try and do what I am doing in your local system? Did you face these problems?
Thanks for your reply.
I did what you said, but it still shows the certificate error. Also, when I install certificate through the browser, it does not show in the Trusted Directrory. I tried manually importing the certificate in the Trusted folder, but it still shows the certificate error.
Note - When i browse the .svc file through IE or chrome, they show me the certificate error. But Firefox somehow has no problem. My concern is, if the certificate that I created and attached to the IIS (through https binding) is not valid, I would get error when my clien tries to call the service through proxy. Any idea?
Well I am binding to a northwind database.. product table and trying to filter products by supplier ids. The combobox is bound to collection of supplier ids. When a particular supplier id is selected, the binding should filter products based on that supplier id. Cant understand why is it throwing Null exception
I thought that initially, then I commented the code in my predicate and just wrote return True . It still throws the error.
Great to know. Pls mark as accepted if you think it was the right answer
You have one event handler for handling events for all combo boxes. I think that is what is causing the problem. Try creating array of combo box. See if that works
Which line are you exactly getting the error?
Please elaborate your question? You have a function which gets response from a website in string. Is your question - How to convert that string to xml?
Not sure what your question is. Are you asking how to do this or are you facing a problem doing it?
Thanks! Do you have a code snippet or an example that I can use?
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