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Old 10-04-2017, 09:41 AM
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Default WebService usage - EndpointObserver

Hi,

I'm playing with WebService to try to integrate IPOCC UI functionality in a 3rd party application.
Working with DirectoryWS is quiet easy but I'm stuck with TaskWS.

In TaskWS method you have to provide a listener URI (basically a local WebService where IPOCC will push info).
I'm trying to do this using C#.
I manage to create a WebService using EndpointObserver WSDL but it seems the names created by Visual Studio do not match what IPOCC is expecting.

Does anyone already manage to do this kind of things ?
any code sample to provide ?

Best regards,
Nicolas
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