WebService Remote Invoking Fails / Request Format Is Unrecognized For URL Unexpectedly Ending In '/List'

Jan 11, 2011

I have a web service hosted on a web server, I invoke the web service using jquery ajax.

The service returns results successfully when invoked locally from the server, but it fails when invoked from a remote client machine (not in the same domain).

I see the request fail in the firebug returning error (401 UnAuthorized) and the response has the following error (Request format is unrecognized for URL unexpectedly ending in '/List').

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