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I've followed Walkthrough: Creating a Custom ASP.NET Web Service and everything works fine. I just want to know how to enable debugging for this web service over network. Could you help me?

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You can create a client console application for debugging purposes.

Follow the next Steps:

A) Create a Console Application

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B) In the Solution Explorer, right-click on your project and select Add Service Reference. and the Add Service Reference dialog, click the Advanced button.

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C) In the Service Reference settings dialog, click on the Add Web Reference button.

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D) In the "Add Web Reference" dialog, enter your web service URL. for example : http://myserver/_layouts/mywebservice/mywebservice.asmx press enter, and you'll see your methods. Finally press on the "Add Reference" button.

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This way you can debug your web service using a console application.

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thank you for your reply, i need to trace into the web service, i've a piece of code which throws an exception and i need to trace it –  Hager Aly Jan 9 '13 at 11:25
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i know it has been long time ago, but i hope it helps some one kindly check the following link: Debug Sharepoint Web Service

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Hager, please add at least some high-level information regarding the answer. Blogs posts and sometimes entire blogs get deleted. Having at least some information will ensure that others can gain some value from your question/answer in the future. –  Robert Kaucher Aug 20 '13 at 15:23
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