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i am a new developer to .net. pls tell me about what exactly wcf,web service
Posted 26-Jul-12 0:07am
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MAU787 at 26-Jul-12 5:08am
   
google it..
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Solution 1

Google is your friend: Be nice and visit him often. He can answer questions a lot more quickly than posting them here...
 
A very quick search using your subject as the search term gave 275,000 hits: Google[^]
 
The top result is an article on this site! What's the Difference between WCF and Web Services?[^]
 
In future, please try to do at least basic research yourself, and not waste your time or ours.
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Prasad_Kulkarni at 26-Jul-12 5:14am
   
Yep, +5!
bluesathish at 26-Jul-12 6:10am
   
@OriginalGriff: If you think this question is wasting your time means, you no need to answer for this. This will discourage somebody to posting their doubts.
OriginalGriff at 26-Jul-12 6:15am
   
That is the whole idea - if the question is one that they should google, then they should be encouraged to google it first before posting a question here.
If you look under "Ask a question" it is the first point in the checklist.
Asking questions which can be solved with a simple google is rude, as it wastes time which should be spent on questions that can't. Particularly when the subject used for the question will give the answer if used directly in google...
bluesathish at 26-Jul-12 6:32am
   
If you think this question is wasting your time means, you no need to answer for this. You're looking for points by posting solution,this is not fare.
OriginalGriff at 26-Jul-12 6:39am
   
No, I'm not - I have little need for additional points - the question has already wasted time by the time I have read it and determined that it should be googled. Most the the response takes little or no additional time, since 1) My typing speed is pretty reasonable, and 2) I keep a database of standard replies to cover situations like this anyway.
The idea of the reply is to supply the answer and at the same time remind the OP that he should start with google and do at least some of the basics himself!
bluesathish at 26-Jul-12 6:46am
   
I agree with you :D, take 5! for your solution.
aspnet_regiis at 29-Jul-12 14:37pm
   
I completely agree with you.. OriginalGriff runs after the reputation points even for the questions which should not be answered. If he really thinks the question is not valid and can be solved by googling, then he should post it as a comment (or suggestion).. A lot of good questions are lost in this 'please google for me ' type of questions....
bluesathish at 31-Jul-12 0:41am
   
yes, that he should realize that. Thanks for your comment...
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Solution 2

You got the answer of this question already
difference b/w web service and web service[^]
 
..and google[^] come up with About 263,000 results. Have a look.
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aspnet_regiis at 29-Jul-12 14:40pm
   
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