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Building XML Web Services Using C# and ASP.NET


The term "web service" has been used quite frequently lately: you hear people saying how good web services are and how they will dominate the future of software development, but what exactly are web services and how can we create them? In this article James shows us how to build two web services and also unravels all of the lingo surrounding web services.

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By: James Yang
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March 29, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Building XML Web Services Using C# and ASP.NET
  2. · What is a web service?
  3. · A simple web service
  4. · Other web service features
  5. · Real world application
  6. · Conclusion

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In this article we will explore the features of Microsoft ASP.NET Web Services, more specifically how to build web services. A real world example extending what I discuss in this article will be shown at the end of this article. It will utilise many things that you will learn throughout this article.

To understand this article fully, you are required to have some previous knowledge of C#, ASP.NET and ADO.NET. To try the examples shown in this article for yourself, you will need the .NET Framework and Internet Information Server 5 or higher installed on your Windows NT/XP/2000 PC.
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