Steve Willcock May 19, 2008 # re: jQuery AJAX calls to a WCF REST Service Hi Rick,nice post, this helped me out a lot getting WCF working with jQuery. Consider making a small donation to show your support. And you are trying to get parameter as integer. Same error... –El Ronnoco Feb 27 '12 at 15:54 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up using this contact form
Adam Kahtava April 22, 2008 # re: jQuery AJAX calls to a WCF REST Service LOL.. "how to use jQuery to cut out ASP.NET Ajax" I just spent the last month Not that one line of code would kill you, but it's definitely cleaner and more portable. What is the probability that they were born on different days? Surely this isn't a unique scenario, so how would you recommend approaching this scenario?Thanks in advance,Ben Ben December 10, 2010 # re: jQuery AJAX calls to a WCF REST Service I
Not the answer you're looking for? Could you please post the code? share|improve this answer answered May 21 '13 at 7:50 andyb 33.6k775119 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign getJSON() is useful for simple scenarios where the server returns JSON, but it doesn't allow you to pass JSON data TO the server.
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5365841/entity-framework-error-the-conversion-of-a-datetime2-data-type-to-a-datetime-dat Please suggest a solution to this. Because I sometimes tend to add features to an existing webside running on a different platform than mine. Refer this article... Nevertheless if you want to pass multiple parameters to the server you have to use this wrapped format along with the result value.
Insults are not welcome. If a question is poorly phrased then either ask for clarification, ignore it, or edit the question and fix the problem. You can download the hacked JSON2_MsDates.zip if you're interested. If your method params easy enough, WCFTestClient is quick way to test out before start using it from application code. –Mutant Oct 13 '12 at 22:11 Yup, that message
Regardless of content type, natively WCF always wants to return content in a 'wrapped' format which means that both inbound parameters and outbound results are wrapped into an object. Bare messages are easier to work with but they are limited because of the single parameter. And when transferring to wcf I will receivetime 6.24 (i.e. 9.24-3). navigate here Does flooring the throttle while traveling at lower speeds increase fuel consumption?
C# questions Linux questions ASP.NET questions SQL questions fabric questions discussionsforums All Message Boards... Contributor 2497 Points 687 Posts Re: Issues when trying to call WCF service from jQuery Feb 08, 2012 07:55 AM|vytautas.ziurlis|LINK Your code is wrong. Running it alone on the browser with the needed input string like this ...localhost/TestWCFAjax.svc/Method1?inp1=....I do get results without any issue.
Two Circles Can Have At Most One Common Chord? (IMO) 2002 research: speed of light slowing down? JSON error messages seem to only work when you're using WebScriptService which is the full ASP.NET AJAX emulation. you have to send it as an object. Help!Thx!
And one more question, should I enable metadata exchange for the services that are called only frm jQuery ? return result; } } please help.... Follow this posthttp://blogs.msdn.com/b/phaniraj/archive/2008/06/18/debugging-ado-net-data-services.aspxto get the call stack and message. http://canondrivebh.com/jquery-ajax/ajax-jquery.html On current moment I am thinking about datejs library function setTimezone("GMT").
Reply hfarooqui None 0 Points 2 Posts Re: Issues when trying to call WCF service from jQuery Jun 28, 2012 02:28 AM|hfarooqui|LINK How exactly did you get this working? Bare messages are easier to work with since they skip the wrapping shown above, but as I mentioned you're limited to a single input parameter. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed If your method params easy enough, WCFTestClient is quick way to test out before start using it from application code.
Regards, PQPeter Q. How can I solve this problem please? Do I assume highly or strongly? Browse other questions tagged jquery asp.net ajax json wcf or ask your own question.
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