Web Applications (How Do I in Visual C++)
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Introduction to Programming Web Services in Managed Code
Describes the benefits of using XML Web Services in managed code.
XML Web Services Created Using ASP.NET and XML Web Service Clients
Provides an overview of XML Web Services using ASP.NET.
How to: Debug Web Services in Managed Code
Describes several scenarios for debugging XML Web Services applications.
How to: Deploy Web Services in Managed Code
Describes how to deploy XML Web Services applications using Visual Studio.
How to: Enable Discovery for XML Web Services
Describes several scenarios for making your XML Web Service discoverable.
How to: Explore Existing XML Web Services Created Using ASP.NET
Describes how to access the service help page for an XML Web Service.
How to: Throw Exceptions from a Web Service Created Using ASP.NET
Demonstrates how to throw a SoapException from an XML Web Service.
MFC and WinInet
Provides an introduction to WinInet.
How WinInet Makes It Easier to Create Internet Client Applications
Describes how, using WinInet, you can write Internet client applications at a higher level of programming, without having to deal with WinSock, TCP/IP, or the details of specific Internet protocols.
How MFC Makes It Easier to Create Internet Client Applications
Describes the Microsoft Foundation Classes that encapsulate the Win32 Internet Extension (WinInet) functions.
Writing an Internet Client Application Using MFC WinInet Classes
Describes how to write an internet client application using MFC.
Steps in a Typical Internet Client Application
Shows the steps you might perform in a typical Internet client application.
Steps in a Typical HTTP Client Application
Shows the steps you might perform in a typical HTTP client application.
Steps in a Typical FTP Client Application
Shows the steps you might perform in a typical FTP client application.
Describes how .NET remoting enables client applications to use objects in other processes on the same computer or on any other computer available on its network.
.NET Remoting Overview
Summarizes how .NET remoting enables you to build widely distributed applications easily, whether application components are all on one computer or spread out across the entire world.
Remote Objects How-to Topics
Lists all How to topics that demonstrate the use of .NET Remoting.
Lists all examples that demonstrate the use of .NET Remoting.
How to: Create a Performance Session for ASP.NET Applications
Describes how to use the Performance Wizard to create a performance session for ASP.NET applications.
How to: Debug ASP.NET Exceptions
Describes how to set up Visual Studio to debug ASP.NET applications.
How to: Enable Debugging for ASP.NET Applications
Describes how to enable debugging in the project properties and in the application's web.config file.