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Corticon Server: Deploying Web Services with .NET : Consuming a Decision Service on .NET server : Path 1: Using Corticon Studio as a SOAP client to consume a Decision Service : Configuring Studio to send a SOAP Message to IIS

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Configuring Studio to send a SOAP Message to IIS
Corticon Studio is configured by default to query a localhost web server on port 8850. Because we are using IIS, we’ll change the port used by Studio to send Test messages.
Note: Instead of localhost, you can use the static IP or DNS-resolvable name of the host -- a good idea as it emulates actual deployment.
To configure the port:
1. Navigate to the directory [CORTICON_WORK_DIR].
2. Edit the file in that location.
Note: If you specified a preferred name and location of the override properties file in Studio preferences, edit that file as it the one that will be the last loaded.
3. Add the following line to the file so that your IIS points to its server port:
4. Save the edited file.
5. Restart Corticon Studio.
The edited value is added to the list of Remote Servers.