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Special Edition Using SOAP by John Paul Mueller

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Creating the Client-Side Application

The client application requires more code than any other application in this book. No matter how you get data from the server to the data, it always requires some amount of interpretation and formatting. SOAP adds to this burden by forcing you to convert data in many situations where you wouldn’t need to with a desktop application. Listing 8.7 shows the utility methods for this example.

Listing 8.7. Utility Routines for the Client Application
 Private Sub cmdQuit_Click() 'Exit the program. End End Sub Public Sub DisplayText() 'Display the fields within the current record. txtEmployeeID.Text = TaskTable(RecordNum, 1) lblTitle.Caption = TaskTable(RecordNum, 2) lblDescription.Caption = TaskTable(RecordNum, 3) ...

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