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Office 2000 issue

by R.Halben / March 2, 2006 6:43 PM PST

Hi ,
Im working in the integration of Office applications with Web Services.
Microsoft comes with a product called as Office XP and Web Services Toolkit which is
used for integrating WebServcies and Office applications.
Im able to access the Web Servcies in Office 2003 for the following configuration
OS: Windows 2003
Web server: IIS 6.0
Query: If I change my OS to Windows XP and Office 2000, Im able to access the WebService from the system but for few workstation Im not able to access.
I have checked for the Client configuration, which are
Office XP,2000, 2003
Office & WebServcies Tookit 2.0
SOAP Toolkit 2.0 SP2
For installing SOAP Toolkit 2.0 SP2, the pre-requisites are
VB 6.0 runtime files &
MSXML 3.0 Parser SP2
I have installed all the Client components but still Im not able to access the Webservice in Office 2000(Windows XP.).
I just want to know the exact steps for Client configuration in Windows XP.
I need some suggestions in this issue.
Reply me asap.

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Re: Office 2000 webservice issue
by Kees Bakker / March 2, 2006 7:47 PM PST
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I'm afraid I can't help you, because I've got no experience at all with this particular subject. However, you could be more informative on the error conditions. Just saying 'not able to access' is too vague. Explain what you do, and what goes different from the machines where it works. Do you get any error messages? If so, quote them.

Is there any good reason to NOT upgrade those few machines to Office 2003 or do a fresh install of Windows XP on them to see if that makes a difference?

Hope this helps,


Kees

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Office & Web Servcies
by R.Halben / March 19, 2006 6:26 PM PST

The Office & Web Servcies Toolkit creates an UDDI interface similar to .NET 2003 and the pane asks for URL of the WebServices.
If I give the URL it is not returning the result, but for other workstation it is giving me the Service name and the Webmethods available in the Services.

I have tried uninstalling the s/w and reinstalling but still the issue exists.

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Sorry.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 3, 2006 1:29 AM PST
In reply to: Office 2000 issue

But something I have not done. But if I had to do this, I'd have my credit card ready and make that call to Microsoft. I'd also have my IT staffer there and someone to take notes during the call so it can be added to the IT operations manual.

Bob

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