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Running local webservice on android device connected using USB cable

 
Pawan Choure
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I have developed an application in android using ksoap2 which used local .NET webservice and it works perfectly fine on the Emulator but when i connected the device the application starts on he device but the web service call does not work

I think i need to change the URL for the webservice.Given below is the current URL which i am using and it works on emulator but doesnt work on android device.

String NAMESPACE = "http://tempuri.org/";
String URL = "http://10.0.2.2:12736/InventoryWebService.asmx";


I google and tried many options but no help , so can anyone have any idea regarding the same then please do reply.

 
William P O'Sullivan
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Who assigns the physical IP?

If over WI-FI then usually the router.

If over 3/4G cellular then you are at the mercy of the carrier.

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Pawan Choure
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I didn't get what you said about the physical IP, i have connected my andriod device with my pc using USB cable....
 
Ulf Dittmer
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10.0.1.2 is the IP for accessing the desktop machine to which the device is connected.
 
Pawan Choure
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Thanks for youe reply Ulf, Will surely try that, I just wanted to confirm , what will be the port number in that case or there is no need to provide port number in the URL.
 
Ulf Dittmer
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The port number is whatever port you want to connect to.
 
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