I will not be able to answer.
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Take care, Matt
And also, I'll make sure you get your answer
Do you have the full error message?
Qualification = @"('Entry-Id' LIKE ""%66%"")";
Results = proxy.OpGetList(Qualification, "0", "5");
have you tried?
Results = proxy.OpGetList(Qualification, 0, 5);
Usually the qualifiers for the secondary values in a call are integers not string values.
PS: There are .NET Web Service examples in the Documents section.
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Thanks Laurent and Carl !
Jarvis, Carl was mentionning https://communities.bmc.com/communities/docs/DOC-6013#comment-6751 for example (thanks to our .NET "rock star", Appajee)
Please let us know status.
Hello All, thanks for all your help. Carl, the example you provided is identical to mine. I still get the error incorrect XML format at line (x, xx).
I did check on this and its clearly how the XML is returned from the WS and has a null value. If a datetime value includes a null this will cause it to error out. I am pretty sure it would happen in other areas of the output also.
BUt, I did use a work around.... Still using C# I made a SOAP call without the use of VS built in Service calls. It came out just fine, I also have created a VBScript one too for another member of the group. If anyone would like either of the 2 I can send them or post them here.
Thanks everyone for helping me.
can you post the SOAP call code? I am using httpwebrequest but I get response as the wsdl code and not the result