I have a project at work that requires me to create a web service that an outside vendor will interact with to access data on our systems. I have never had to create a web service from scratch, and don't much
to go on in terms of coming up with a WSDL that I can use. Does anyone know of a quick resource that I can use to help me understand what's needed to create a WSDL document? Oh...buy the way the web service will be developed in asp.net 2.0, because the data
being referenced on our system are in a SQL 2000 database. Would anyone know if the WCF 4.0 is compatible with SQL 2000?
>> Would anyone know if the WCF 4.0 is compatible with SQL 2000?
As far as I know, it is available to connect to SQL Server 2000 via ADO.NET. As for understanding Web Services Description Language and implementing a document for it, I would like to recommend you open a thread with detail requirement on
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) forum for better assistance, since this forum is for data access to SQL Server.