A: Yes. The functionality of the Currency
Server Web service is provided by two files which
only need to be copied to a virtual directory of
an Internet Information Services (IIS) website.
A copy of these files is stored in the "Web Service"
directory of the Currency Server installation directory.
in Currency Server 4.x) is known as the .NET assembly, and also
contains the assembly manifest. The Currency
Server .NET assembly is strong-named to allow
for installation as a shared assembly into
the Global Assembly Cache (GAC). A shared assembly
can be used from other assemblies on the server,
regardless of their location.
The "CurrencyServer5.asmx" file
("CloantoCurrencyServer.asmx" in Currency Server
4.x) is the
Web service entry point in IIS. You may rename this
file if you wish. The .asmx file contains a reference
to the .NET assembly file, which must be located
either in the "bin" subdirectory, or in the GAC.
To manually install the Currency Server Web service
copy "CurrencyServer5.asmx" to the root of
the desired IIS virtual directory and "CurrencyServer.dll" to the "bin"
subdirectory of the virtual directory (unless you installed the .NET assembly
in the GAC).
- Version 2.0 or higher of the
Microsoft .NET Framework must be
- Make sure that the Execute
Permissions for the virtual directory
are set to either "Scripts Only", or
"Scripts and Executables"
- In IIS, the ASP.NET Web Service
Extension must be Allowed (if it is
Prohibited, opening the .asmx page will
result in a 404 error)
You can install multiple instances (even different
versions) of the Web service files to different