Makes it possible for you to bind an XML Web service to a control on a Visual FoxPro form or to an object, such as a cursor adapter in the form's data environment, without writing code.
You can open the XML Web Service Builder from the Form Designer or Class Designer.
Create a new or open an existing form.
From the Tools menu, click Toolbox.
From My XML Web Services in the Toolbox, drag and drop the Generic Handler control or a registered XML Web service to a form.
You can also open the XML Web Service Builder for an existing XML Web service by registering the XML Web service in the Toolbox, dragging the XML Web service from the Toolbox and dropping it on a form, right-clicking the XML Web service, and, from the shortcut menu, right-click Builder.
|As with other Visual FoxPro builders, you can use the XML Web Service Builder to modify the XML Web service again. Not only does the builder set properties for a control, it writes information to the custome SetupOperations method.|
- Services Tab, XML Web Service Builder
- Specifies an XML Web service to use for a form or class.
- Operations Tab, XML Web Service Builder
- Specifies the XML Web service operations to use and their bindings between the controls or objects on a form or class.