Posted by : Deepak Vasudevan Saturday, March 31, 2007

WebService Studio

Debugging and troubleshooting webservices particularly after our website/application has gone live is always a nightmarish experience. This had been the case even in my previous organization. For a while then, I remember using this simple tool called WebService Studio by Sowmy (sowmys (at) microsoft.com). It is a pleasant and easy to use GUI which would manage invoking the WebMethods besides giving you comprehensive details on the various parameters that it takes.

I guess, it is open source too and hosted with GotDotNet workspaces over here. And I am sure this would greatly help developers worldwide to manage webservices easily.

2 Responses so far.

  1. I agree - .NET Webservice Studio 2.0 is a great tool. We use it at work all the time. Unfortunately, GotDotNet has been shut down -- but I have made the tool available on my blog at http://mattharrah.com/blog.

  2. Anonymous says:

    FYI, Sowmy has reposted the GotDotNet version on MSDN...

    http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/webservicestudio20

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