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Old 20-11-2009
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XML web service in Microsoft .Net Platform

Hi,
Microsoft .Net is an intensive platform for web development and other works. It is broader and works on cross platforms. What I am familiar with it is that it is not easy to work on. Like the Class Library. A important part of .Net. What actually does it do. Second thing what does a assembly includes in it. What things are required for this work. And in the same way how can work with XML on .Net. Thanks in advance.
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Re: XML web service in Microsoft .Net Platform

The class library as you can say is the important part of .NET Framework associated with the Common Language Runtime. It is usually a complete object-oriented and a pack of reusable types. This types are used for developing applications from traditional to the command based or GUI based. By this way the user can exploit the latest innovations provided by ASP.NET, such as XML Web Services and Web Forms.
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Re: XML web service in Microsoft .Net Platform

The The assemblies are a fundamental part of programming. NET Framework. An assembly performs the following functions. This are the codes which are used to execute the functions. They are CLR. Then comes the MSIL which stays in a small executable file. You have to ensure one thing that each of the assembly can only have single entry point (DllMain, WinMain, or Main). It forms a safe limit. An assembly is the unit at which permissions are requested and granted.
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Re: XML web service in Microsoft .Net Platform

A Web service is a software component business work of the company and accessible using standard IP, from any platform or programming language. They are described in documents WSDL (Web Service Description Language), which specify the methods that can be invoked, their signatures and the access points of service (URL, port.). Web services are accessible via SOAP request and response XML messages are transported over HTTP.
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