Thx for the reassurance. AT this point, considering the absence of docs on this subject, I’m just trying to confirm that my configuration is proper and that Condor is ready to be connected to as a web service. The method that I’m using from within .NET is to use “Add Web Reference” from the Solution Explorer and browse to the address of the machine (“http://dell018:1047”). At that point, I receive the login prompt. If this is a sign that all is well, then I will write some test code, but I have not been able to confirm that Condor is even running as a web service. Maybe I do not understand exactly what Condor is providing for this sort of functionality.
I’m studying my brains out on ASP.NET and Web Services in order to complete this project. I hope I’m not missing something here…
condor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:condor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Matthew Farrellee
There is no real meaningful operation that can be achieved by pointing IE at a SOAP enabled Condor daemon. So, I wouldn't worry about receiving a authentication prompt and a 'Not Found' message.
Are you having specific problems related to the code you have written?
On Jun 14, 2005, at 11:54 AM, Sean Looper wrote:
OK so I'm attempting to write a web application that does basic queries
of condor_status. The web service is accessible because I'm getting an
authentication prompt when accessing the address from internet explorer.
I've tried all sorts of combinations of login information, but I always
get the following XML:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
<faultstring>HTTP Error: 'Not Found'</faultstring>
Any suggestions would be appreciated!