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I have 3 web servers (one development, one test, one live), and we have built in-house web services from our mainframe system that I use in my logon page. But there are 2 web service servers, and I need to connect to a certain web service based on whichever web server I am on. I was told that I could possibly change the urlBehavior of my web service to dynamic, and then do something in the web.config file. What am I missing? Is this a possible solution to my problem? Basically if I'm on development or test, I want to ...

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    Default changing urlBehavior to determine which web service to use

    I have 3 web servers (one development, one test, one live), and we have
    built in-house web services from our mainframe system that I use in my
    logon page. But there are 2 web service servers, and I need to connect to a
    certain web service based on whichever web server I am on. I was told that
    I could possibly change the urlBehavior of my web service to dynamic, and
    then do something in the web.config file. What am I missing? Is this a
    possible solution to my problem? Basically if I'm on development or test, I
    want to connect to development web service server, otherwise, live. Any
    help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: changing urlBehavior to determine which web service to use

    Check the thread "How to repoint without recompiling" for the solution.

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    "Debster2124 via DotNetMonster.com" <forumDotNetMonster.com> wrote in
    message news:bda347187e9b4ce8b5479ca3b95b7069DotNetMonste r.com...
    > I have 3 web servers (one development, one test, one live), and we have
    > built in-house web services from our mainframe system that I use in my
    > logon page. But there are 2 web service servers, and I need to connect to
    a
    > certain web service based on whichever web server I am on. I was told that
    > I could possibly change the urlBehavior of my web service to dynamic, and
    > then do something in the web.config file. What am I missing? Is this a
    > possible solution to my problem? Basically if I'm on development or test,
    I
    > want to connect to development web service server, otherwise, live. Any
    > help would be greatly appreciated.
    >
    > Thanks!
    >
    > --
    > Message posted via [url]http://www.dotnetmonster.com[/url]

    Manohar Kamath Guest

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