Well, it doesn't seems to be related to Asp.net.
I think C# forum will be more suitable for this question.
Anyways, streamReader may not work for this.
Read your word file text using Microsoft Word Object library,
and get the text in the string. After that you can easily find
"\r\n" characters in your text.
According to me to consume webservice in you application you need to add webreferace of webservice in you application
than to call web service you need to create objct of that and than you can call webservice.
Check on following link which give you idea about how to consume website.
<a href="http://it.toolbox.com/wiki/index.php/Calling_a_web_service_from_Asp.net">http://it.toolbox.com/wiki/index.php/Calling_a_web_service_from_Asp.net</a>[<a href="http://it.toolbox.com/wiki/index.php/Calling_a_web_service_from_Asp.net" target="_blank" title="New Window">^</a>]
Hi, I had set up a pdf maker script using ASPpdf and it had been working fine for several months. Now, when the user trys to create a pdf, they get an Invalid Registration Key error. I looked in regedit for the key as directed in the original instructions and it is there. I don't work with asp.net everyday and haven't done any asp coding in about a year. We had some trouble with the server and our network guys did some work rebuilding. there is a run command showing in the run dropdown that I guess one of the network guys ran. regsvr32 d:\Inetpub\wwwroot\bin\ASPPDFLib.dll
I'm at a loss at what to do.
the line generating the error is below, in C#.