Re: SwA questions.
- Hi Manu:
Your reply was extrememly helpful , i am trying to play with the
example as i write this.
The example uses DIME rather than MIME and i was wondering if you
had a chance to do this using MIME as well.
I would still look for a way to do this in MIME. If you input, on
this it will be greatly appreciated,
--- In email@example.com, "Manu" <mohitchand1976@y...>
> Hi John,enhancements) -
> The solution to sending attachments thru .Net Web services lies in
> DIME Specifications using WSE 1.0 Patch (Web service
> You can find a direct image example at the following link :
> It takes u step by step thru building this web service which
> images as attachments with the soap messages. I have alsoimplemented
> a similar example myself .wrote:
> In case u have some queries ....do get bak ...
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "lordvega" <lordvega@y...>
> > I am trying to use Soap with attachements to recieve images froma
> > web service. I am trying to write the service and the clientusing
> > c# and have stumbled on a few questions. I was wondering if anyof
> > you could help me.i
> > For the server to send the images, the webservice would have to
> > return mime type content. How would one go about doing this?. Do
> > use some library to construct mime type responses, or does .NETtype
> > some inheretn MIME support.
> > For the client who makes this service call ,expects xml/soap
> > response. I would probaly have to convert the mime encodedresponse
> > to SOAP. Where would one possibly do this? Do i have to use the
> > toolkit to do this?
> > Thanks in Advance
> > Sincerely
> > /John
- There is no MIME support in .NET, If you have to use MIME, then you'll have to write
your own MIME handling code. (or use a convertion service)
--- In email@example.com, "lordvega" <lordvega@y...> wrote:
> Hi Manu:
> Your reply was extrememly helpful , i am trying to play with the
> example as i write this.
> The example uses DIME rather than MIME and i was wondering if you
> had a chance to do this using MIME as well.
> I would still look for a way to do this in MIME. If you input, on
> this it will be greatly appreciated,