Using a proxy server with webservices

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by WinDev, Aug 29, 2006.

  1. WinDev

    WinDev Guest

    I have our webservices up and going and they work fine. I have a customer
    trying to connect to them (using a program I wrote) and it's timing out. They
    are using a proxy server (we don't have one in house) so I wrote the code
    that I think will work but I can't test it.

    What all do we need to do so that we can go through a proxy server? What
    setup needs to be done on the client as far as configuration and then what
    code do I need to put in to the client app to make it work correctly.

    TIA - J.
     
    WinDev, Aug 29, 2006
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