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I have a Windows Form that is calling a webservice. Over the weekend, we moved the webservice to a new server. However, the Windows Form is failing with errors that indicate it does not see the new server. We see the DNS change at the machine running the Windows application because we can do a ping and get the correct address. The maching is running Windows XP. Any suggestions? If it is pinging the correct IP address for that domain name, why would it not be reaching it via the web services? Lori...

  1. #1

    Default DNS Updates

    I have a Windows Form that is calling a webservice.

    Over the weekend, we moved the webservice to a new server. However, the
    Windows Form is failing with errors that indicate it does not see the new
    server. We see the DNS change at the machine running the Windows application
    because we can do a ping and get the correct address.

    The maching is running Windows XP.

    Any suggestions? If it is pinging the correct IP address for that domain
    name, why would it not be reaching it via the web services?

    Lori
    Lori McDonald Guest

  2. #2

    Default RE: DNS Updates

    Also, I forgot to mention that the URL they are using for the webservice is
    using SSL ([url]https://www.myclient.com/service.asmx[/url]) I don't know if that would
    have any affect on this.

    "Lori McDonald" wrote:
    > I have a Windows Form that is calling a webservice.
    >
    > Over the weekend, we moved the webservice to a new server. However, the
    > Windows Form is failing with errors that indicate it does not see the new
    > server. We see the DNS change at the machine running the Windows application
    > because we can do a ping and get the correct address.
    >
    > The maching is running Windows XP.
    >
    > Any suggestions? If it is pinging the correct IP address for that domain
    > name, why would it not be reaching it via the web services?
    >
    > Lori
    Lori McDonald Guest

  3. #3

    Default Re: DNS Updates

    Hi Lori:

    I will take a shot at answering the question, though I am almost sure that
    you would have already taken care of this -

    Can you throw some more light on what you mean by "moved the webservice to a
    new server". Is the new server called the same as the old server (i.e. is it
    a replacement)? If not, then you have to regenerate the proxy. And when you
    regenerate the proxy pick the service's Url from [web|app].config so that
    when you move servers next, you don't have to recompile clients.

    Mujtaba.

    "Lori McDonald" <lorinospam.nospam> wrote in message
    news:39FCC3DA-CC67-4370-AD0C-E6DAFF6686C5microsoft.com...
    > Also, I forgot to mention that the URL they are using for the webservice
    is
    > using SSL ([url]https://www.myclient.com/service.asmx[/url]) I don't know if that
    would
    > have any affect on this.
    >
    > "Lori McDonald" wrote:
    >
    > > I have a Windows Form that is calling a webservice.
    > >
    > > Over the weekend, we moved the webservice to a new server. However, the
    > > Windows Form is failing with errors that indicate it does not see the
    new
    > > server. We see the DNS change at the machine running the Windows
    application
    > > because we can do a ping and get the correct address.
    > >
    > > The maching is running Windows XP.
    > >
    > > Any suggestions? If it is pinging the correct IP address for that
    domain
    > > name, why would it not be reaching it via the web services?
    > >
    > > Lori

    Mujtaba Syed Guest

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    Default Re: DNS Updates

    Thanks for your response, but actually it is called the same thing so I don't
    need that in this case.

    Lori

    "Mujtaba Syed" wrote:
    > Hi Lori:
    >
    > I will take a shot at answering the question, though I am almost sure that
    > you would have already taken care of this -
    >
    > Can you throw some more light on what you mean by "moved the webservice to a
    > new server". Is the new server called the same as the old server (i.e. is it
    > a replacement)? If not, then you have to regenerate the proxy. And when you
    > regenerate the proxy pick the service's Url from [web|app].config so that
    > when you move servers next, you don't have to recompile clients.
    >
    > Mujtaba.
    >
    > "Lori McDonald" <lorinospam.nospam> wrote in message
    > news:39FCC3DA-CC67-4370-AD0C-E6DAFF6686C5microsoft.com...
    > > Also, I forgot to mention that the URL they are using for the webservice
    > is
    > > using SSL ([url]https://www.myclient.com/service.asmx[/url]) I don't know if that
    > would
    > > have any affect on this.
    > >
    > > "Lori McDonald" wrote:
    > >
    > > > I have a Windows Form that is calling a webservice.
    > > >
    > > > Over the weekend, we moved the webservice to a new server. However, the
    > > > Windows Form is failing with errors that indicate it does not see the
    > new
    > > > server. We see the DNS change at the machine running the Windows
    > application
    > > > because we can do a ping and get the correct address.
    > > >
    > > > The maching is running Windows XP.
    > > >
    > > > Any suggestions? If it is pinging the correct IP address for that
    > domain
    > > > name, why would it not be reaching it via the web services?
    > > >
    > > > Lori
    >
    >
    >
    Lori McDonald Guest

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    Default Re: DNS Updates

    What happens when you invoke the servers test page from the client that is
    failing?

    Dan Rogers
    Microsoft Corporation
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    >Thanks for your response, but actually it is called the same thing so I
    don't
    >need that in this case.
    >
    >Lori
    >
    >"Mujtaba Syed" wrote:
    >
    >> Hi Lori:
    >>
    >> I will take a shot at answering the question, though I am almost sure
    that
    >> you would have already taken care of this -
    >>
    >> Can you throw some more light on what you mean by "moved the webservice
    to a
    >> new server". Is the new server called the same as the old server (i.e.
    is it
    >> a replacement)? If not, then you have to regenerate the proxy. And when
    you
    >> regenerate the proxy pick the service's Url from [web|app].config so that
    >> when you move servers next, you don't have to recompile clients.
    >>
    >> Mujtaba.
    >>
    >> "Lori McDonald" <lorinospam.nospam> wrote in message
    >> news:39FCC3DA-CC67-4370-AD0C-E6DAFF6686C5microsoft.com...
    >> > Also, I forgot to mention that the URL they are using for the
    webservice
    >> is
    >> > using SSL ([url]https://www.myclient.com/service.asmx[/url]) I don't know if that
    >> would
    >> > have any affect on this.
    >> >
    >> > "Lori McDonald" wrote:
    >> >
    >> > > I have a Windows Form that is calling a webservice.
    >> > >
    >> > > Over the weekend, we moved the webservice to a new server. However,
    the
    >> > > Windows Form is failing with errors that indicate it does not see the
    >> new
    >> > > server. We see the DNS change at the machine running the Windows
    >> application
    >> > > because we can do a ping and get the correct address.
    >> > >
    >> > > The maching is running Windows XP.
    >> > >
    >> > > Any suggestions? If it is pinging the correct IP address for that
    >> domain
    >> > > name, why would it not be reaching it via the web services?
    >> > >
    >> > > Lori
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >
    Dan Rogers Guest

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