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Registered: ‎06-11-2009
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Web Service Called through visual studio not returning any value.

Hello Friends,

I am new to blackberry software development. I am using VS2008 for development. I have written simple web service to return string. But when i called this webmethod it does not return any value. What to do to get return value from web method.


Thanks in advance.

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Re: Web Service Called through visual studio not returning any value.

Hi and Welcome to the Forums!


I suggest you peruse and post in the Development section of these forums...this particular section is for support of the devices and software as it currently is. The Development section is here:




From your content, I think this belongs in the Web Development section...but no need to re-post...we shall have the mods move this down there. Stand by...



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Re: Web Service Called through visual studio not returning any value.

Looks like it really belongs in the MDS Runtime applications area.