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Working with Custom Records in Suitetalk

Posted on November 24th, 2015 by Nitish Mishra

In order to create or update a custom record through SuiteTalk, we need to first create an object of the ‘CustomRecord’ class and assign the internal id of the record type, we are going to work on, to it. CustomRecord customRecord = new CustomRecord(); Now we assign the internal id of the custom record to […]

How to consume Web Service in CXF Using WSDL?

Posted on November 24th, 2015 by Kriti Shrivastava

CXF is a service framework that help to build and develop web services using frontend programming APIs, like JAX-WS. It provides wsdl2java utility to create web service client stub classes using wsdl url. Suppose we have “” wsdl url that has operations to add and multiply numbers. To create client stub classes from wsdl2java utility, […]

3 Ways To Debug A Web Service In Visual Studio

Posted on November 23rd, 2015 by Richi Padhi

Debugging a windows service is not that straightforward a task as debugging other web or windows application are in Visual Studio (by just pressing F5). Instead, we need to do some tricky tasks to debug it as the service runs under the context of the Service Control Manager. In my research I found 3 different […]

Access an Web Service from a SSL enabled Website

Posted on November 23rd, 2015 by Aditya Moharana

If you want to access an web service from a website which is SSL enabled (used HTTPS), you have to download SSL certificate from the SSL enabled website and install that on the application server. Here I have written procedure to download the SSL certificate from Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. N.B:You […]

How to test the WebMethod by passing the parameter value in the URL

Posted on November 23rd, 2015 by Madhusmita Rout

To test a web method present inside a web service we need to call the web service through the browser and then invoke the web method. If the web method take some parameter then we have to provide it in the supplied text box as demonstrated in the picture below. In the above example, I […]

A secure way of sending information to a web service.

Posted on November 23rd, 2015 by Aditya Acharya

Using AJAX and web services in your application can make it richer. But passing information from the client end through Ajax is always a headache as the information can be hacked. That means the end user can change the post parameter values and can explore information that you want to hide from them (Only if […]

Call Web Service from JavaScript using jQuery

Posted on November 23rd, 2015 by Narendra Mallik

Suppose we have the following code behind function which is defined in PrintReport.aspx.cs file. [WebMethod] public static string HelloWorld(string name, string crmId, string comment, string phenotype) { return “Hello World”; } Now if we want to do ajax call to this function using jquery we will right something like below in our script file. // […]

How to create a custom webservice in SharePoint?

Posted on November 23rd, 2015 by Premananda Das

There are numbers of out of the box web services present in SharePoint that will do most of the common tasks like methods for working with list ,sites and sub sites, users and groups etc. For using these web services you need to add the reference of the web service . But if your requirement […]

How to fix applet error

Posted on November 21st, 2015 by Prem Mali

Recently we were working on a JAVA Applet for one our clients. Applet was working fine at our end and in client’s testing enviroment but when applet was integrated with live site, problems began. We got an error “Incompatible magic value 218774561 in class file javax/xml/messaging/URLEndpoint”.. Normally this message comes if sandbox (browser) blocks applet […]