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The Web Service Generation Wizard guides the user through the steps necessary to create a one or more live .NET web services.  The output of the wizard is a complete Visual Studio Solution based on the Flynet Flex Architecture contained in a folder tree that can either be created new or updated with additional runs for the same project.


Some key features of the Wizard include:


Generate any number of Inquiry, New Data Entry  and/or Data Update web service calls from your Flynet Viewer recordings and Studio-edited Screen definitions

Design-driven code generation:  Web Services published are controlled by a flexible user-designed tree view (Tasks Panel)

Expert systems technology compiles information from all Flynet Viewer recordings and generates efficient and highly maintainable navigation logic for all paths through the application

Generates 100% Microsoft .NET Web Services as a complete c# Visual Studio solution

New in later 2008 builds is the Finite State Logic Engine version, selectable in the Project properties

The generated code is well structured, documented and includes runtime controlled application-level logging with 4 levels of detail based on the phase of development (initial testing, integration testing and production, for example).

"Explain" option inserts detailed descriptions into the log of all logic choices made at runtime.  This option is only conditionally compiled-in for Debug builds

Support for .NET Framework 1.1 with Visual Studio 2003, .NET Framework 2.0 with Visual Studio 2005, .NET 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5 with Visual Studio 2008, .NET 2.0, 3.0, 3.5 and 4.0 with Visual Studio 2010 and all up to .NET Framework 4.5 with Visual Studio 2012.

If .NET Framework 2.0 and above is targeted, an optional MSBuild step is offered in the wizard to compile and deploy the web service(s) without the need for Visual Studio to be installed

Optional creation of a Desktop Folder containing shortcuts to the Visual Studio Solution as well as MSBuild commands and an Internet Explorer URL shortcut to each Web Service's browser test link (a feature of standard .NET IIS Web Services).


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