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    Question Questions about building .NET Web Service

    The excellent tutorial ".NET Web Services Tutorial" by Shiv Pal Singh is very helpful, but I have questions that are not answered there.

    1. Aren't most web services deployed as .DLLs?

    2. The .asmx file header contains the source code (.cs) file as a parameter. Why? Is this only if the web service is not deployed as a .DLL?

    3. When I create a web service from the "ASP.NET Web Service" template, what is the difference between "Build Solution" and "Publish Web Site"?

    4. When I build my web service solution, no assembly (.DLL) is produced. But when I publish my web site, I get a .DLL. Is that how this is supposed to work?

    Thank you for enlightening me!

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    Re: Questions about building .NET Web Service

    If you are just starting with Web Services, I would suggest skipping the .Net 2.0 approach and go directly to using WCF (Windows Communication Foundation) in .Net 3.0.

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    Re: Questions about building .NET Web Service

    Quote Originally Posted by Arjay View Post
    If you are just starting with Web Services, I would suggest skipping the .Net 2.0 approach and go directly to using WCF (Windows Communication Foundation) in .Net 3.0.
    Thank you for the advice. I'm just trying to understand as much as I can on the subject.

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